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BREAKFAST TIME: Members of the Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce feast on their last breakfast at the ROC. Starting
in September, the popular monthly gathering of community
business and civic leaders moves to the Crestylew Community
Center. CHAMBER MOM: At top, head cook Mary Joe Woodruff
and Fred Stevens, "the best egg-cooker in the city," pause
from the kitchen bustle during the morning of the last breakfast
hosted by the ROC for the chamber,


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Visitors at the Baker Block Mu-
seum are seeing a new face on the
block. The North Okaloosa Histori-
cal Association board of directors
appOinted Baker resident Peggy
Hardy as the museum's new cura-
tOr.
Hardy is replacing Jeanette
Henderson, who served as the mu-


seum's curator since its opening in
1996 and was also a founding mem-
ber of the historical association's
board of directors.
"I'm excited to work with the
museum; I just love genealogy and
historical research," Hardy said.
"I didn't realize the amount of his-
tory in north Okaloosa County until
I started volunteering at the mu-
seum."
Hardy is a native of Andalusia


Ala., but has resided most of her life
in Baker. She is a graduate of Baker
High School and has remained in
the community, where she and her
husband, Pete Hardy, raised their
three daughters.
Peggy Hardy retired from the
state of Florida Department of Rev-
enue after 35 years of service.
"I want to see the museum con-
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From staff reports
The state fire mar-
shal's office and Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office are
investigating a suspicious
fire that took place at the
rural home of a deputy in
the Auburn community
about 3 a.m. Saturday
morning.
Investigators have not
released the address at
which the fire took place.
The Okaloosa sheriff's
deputy said he was awak-
ened by his dog, a 4-year-
old boxer. When the deputy
looked out of the window,
he saw flames, according
a sheriff 's press release.
He then ran back,
grabbed his 4-year-old
daughter and got her out
of the burning home. He
went back in to get his
dog, and they escaped
through a window. No one
was injured.
Another deputy who
had arrived at the home
had attempted to use his
fire extinguisher and wa-
ter hoses to contain the
blaze. The North Okaloosa
Fire Department arrived
tpTuheo hoe E a total
loss, but the deputy, who
has been with the agency
four and a half years, was
able to salvage clothes
and some personal items,
according to the press re-
lease'
He does have insur-
ance and also has living
arrangements at this
time. He thanks fellow
law enforcement officers
at the sheriff's office and
Crestview Police Depart-
ment, along with family
and friends, for their as-
sistance and concerns but
asks that his name not
be released to the public
at this time to protect his
family's privacy while the
investigation is under way,
the press release states.
Anyone with informa-
tion on the fire is asked
tocontact thie ()kalood
at 850-689-5705, Emerald
Coast Crime Stoppers at
850-863-TIPS or the state
fire marshal's office.
No other details are be-
ing released at this time.


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A July 28 fire that de-
stroyed a two-story home
on Monterrey Road has
been determined to be
suspicious in nature, ac-
cording to Mike Miller, an
investigator with the state
fire marshal's office.
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NORTH OKALOOSA
THE CHRISTIAN
COALITION of Okaloosa
County will host their monthly
meeting Thursday, Aug. 19, at 7
p.m. at Shady Grove Assembly of
God Church just south of Baker.
Everyone is invited.
AWANA: The AWANA
program will be held each
Sunday from 6-7:30 p.m. for
children ages 4 through high
school. Game time, Scripture
memorization, an annual
campout and Grand Prix Race
Day are a part of the fun. It all
starts this weekend on Aug. 15.
Register to attend at Antioch
Baptist Church, 4824 Antioch
Road, on Aug. 14 from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m., or call the church office at
682-4297.
EXCHANGE CLUB OF
CRESTVIEW: meets the second
and fourth Thursday of each
month at First Presbyterian
Church Fellowship Hall. Come
see what the Exchange Club is
all about. For more information,
call President Sharlene Cox at
682-6824.
NURSES REUNION: All
nurses, ward clerks and CNAs
who worked at Crestview
Memorial Hospital and North
Okaloosa from 1969-1999 are
invited to attend a reunion at
Ryan's restaurant in Crestview.
The reunion will be held
Saturday, Aug. 21, at 1 p.m.
Lunch is at your expense.
For more details, call Mae
Reatha Coleman at 682-5518 or
Elizabeth (Dee) Stager at 689-
8498.
ZUMBA FUNDRAISER:
PASCO is sponsoring a ZUMBA
fundraiser for the Cheer
Zone Rockets All-Star Cheer
Team from 6-8 p.m. Aug. 28 at
the Davidson Middle School
cafeteria. Cost is $10. Children's
activities are available for an
additional $5. For details or to
register in advance, call 305-2165
or 259-4339.
SUPPER FUNDRAISER:
Paxton Ruritan Club will hold
a spaghetti supper Friday, Aug.
27, from 4:30-7 p.m. at the Town
Hall in Paxton. Spaghetti, salad,


bread, tea and dessert will be
available for $5 a plate, dine-in or
takeout.
New members are invited
to join the Ruritan Club. They
support their community with
several projects throughout
the year. For details, ask any
member at the spaghetti supper
or call President Missy Bolen at
834-5606.
ANNUAL YARD SALE: The
VFW Ladies Auxiliary, Post 5450
of Crestview, is having its annual
yard sale to raise money for
the prostate cancer fund of the
American Cancer Society. The
sale will be from 7 a.m. to noon
Sept. 11 at 2240 W. James Lee
Blvd. in Crestview. Donations
can be made to LAVFW 5450.
If you have good usable items
you would like to donate for this
cause, please call Lynn Mobley
at 682-5552, 537, 3375 or 978-0685.
MOUNTAIN DULCIM/ER
GROUP meets every Thursday
from 2-4 p.m. at First Baptist
Church. Come listen or play;
beginners are welcome. Details:
Marlin Bass, 682-3165.
LIFE AFTER DIVORCE:
Woodlawn Baptist Church
is hosting a free "Life After
Divorce" class. This 12-week
class begins Aug. 11 at 6 p.m.
Call 682-2924 to register.
BENEFIT COOKOUT:
Blackman firefighters will host
a benefit cookout and fundraiser
Saturday, Aug. 14, for a little girl
undergoing medical treatment
at Shands Children's Hospital
in Gainesville on Aug. 26. Talia
Booker, daughter of Patrick and
Sara Booker, was diagnosed with
Chiari malformation, a defect
concerning the connection
between the brain and spinal
cord. The Bookers appreciate all
help for their daughter and ask
that you continue to pray for her
well-being.
Chicken and pork plates,
baked goods, cold drinks and all
the fixings will be available for
purchase. Boston butts may be
preordered at a cost of $20 each.
Call Sherry Brewer at 546-0692
to place an order. Talia may be
singing at 11 a.m. at the benefit.
Donations for an auction
during the cookout are also
requested, and a benefit


motorcycle ride through
Blackwater State Park is being
planned. For more information,
call Riding for the Handicapped
at 546-0062.
CRESTVIEW BY NIGHT: If
you have an after-5 p.m. public
event in the Crestview area
that you would like mentioned
in the News Bulletin and on
Our website, please e-mail the
details, along with a contact
name and phone number, to
okpubli shinge cre stviewbulletin.
com.
YM/CA SWIM/ CLASSES:
Crestview Family YMCA is
hosting swimming lessons
through Aug. 12 at its 298 N.
Wilson St. location. Classes
include ages 3-5 at 5 p.m.
and ages 6 and older at 5:30
p.m. Private lessons are also
available.
Fees are $48 for members and
$62 for nonmembers. Call 689-
2999 for details.
CRESTVIEW LIBRARY:
The Crestview Public Library,
1445 Commerce Drive in
Crestview (682-4432 or www.
cityofere stview.org/library.htm) ,
is hosting the following activities:
*The Crestview Public
Library is an early voting site for
both the August primary and the
November general election. For
more elections information, go to
www.govote-
okaloosa.com.
*One-on-one beginning skills
computer tutoring. The one-hour
sessions are especially helpful
for senior citizens who want to
learn how to use the Internet
and e-mail. Appointments are
available Tuesday and Thursday
afternoons and Saturday
mornings. Visit the library or call
to schedule your appointment. A
current library card is required.
*The Friends of the
Crestview Library are asking for
donations of used books and
movies on VHS and DVD for
the book sale in October. Books
and movies will be accepted
at the library. All types of
hardbound and paperback books
are needed, but not magazines.
OKALOOSA COUNTY
BUDGET MEETINGS:
Crestview meetings are
held in the Okaloosa County


Courthouse, 101 E. James Lee
Blvd. in Crestview. The last
meeting in Crestview is a Sept.
21 public hearing at 6 p.m.
Fort Walton Beach meetings
are held in the Water and Sewer
Building's large conference
room on the third floor at 1804
Lewis Turner Blvd. Dates and
times are: Sept. 9 public hearing
at 6 p.m.
Agendas are available at
www.co.okaloosa.fl.us.
TOASTMASTERS: The
Crestview Toastmasters club
meets the second Tuesday of
every month from 6-7 p.m. at
Lundy & Bowers, 296 S. Ferdon
Blvd. in Crestview. Details:
Kathy Morrow, 865-6993.
BLOOD DRIVES: The
Northwest Florida Blood Center
is hosting the blood drives listed
below in North Okaloosa County:
*Aug.18, Milligan Assembly
of God, 5408 State Road 4, Baker,
5-8 p.m.
Aug. 20, Winn-Dixie,
Crestview, 2-7 p.m. Every
donor's name will be entered to
win a hurricane cooler.
As part of the Drive For Life
giveaway, all blood donations
made between now and Dec.
31 are automatically entered
into the drawing for a 2010 Kia
Soul automobile donated by Kia
Autosports General Manager
Jessica Lee in Pensacola.
The drawing will be held in
January. Call 434-2535 for more
information, or contact Betty
Roberts at broberts~fbsblood.
org.
RED CROSS CLASSES:
Call 800-773-7620, ext. 0, or
visit www.yourredeross.org to
register. The Crestview Red
Cross office is at 4100 S. Ferdon
Blvd, Suite A.
FOSTER FAMILIES CAR
WASHES: Foster Families
of America, 113 Main St. in
Crestview, is washing cars
for donations Tuesdays and
Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. The washes support family
fun outdoor activities.

MISCELLANEOUS
ANDALUSIA PAGEANT:
The Andalusia Junior Service
League is hosting its 6th Annual


Miss Magnolia Pageant on
Saturday, Aug. 28, at the LBW
Dixon Center on the LBW
Community College-Andalusia
campus. The deadline to enter is
Wednesday, Aug. 25.
Age divisions range from 0 to
21. Competition starts at 2 p.m.
for contestants ages 0-10 years
and 4 p.m. for ages 11-21.
Registration information
will be available at Beau Monde,
Ansley Place, P&J Formal
Country and Elegant Apparel in
Andalusia, Body Conscience in
Opp and Simple Chic in Florala.
Or you can call Lori at 334-222-
5102 or e-mail jslofandalusia@
gmail.com. The website is http://
andalusiajuniorserviceleague.
webs.com.
LIVING IN BEAR
COUNTRY: This Sunday, Aug.
22, lecture will be held from 3:30-
5 p.m. in Building 8 at Northwest
Florida State College's Fort
Walton Beach campus, 1170
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
The Florida Fish & Wildlife
Conservation Commission's
new 15-minute DVD, "Living
with Florida Black Bears," will
be shown, and FWC wildlife
biologist Alan Knothe will be
on hand to answer questions
about bears and suggest tools to
reduce problems and increase
enjoyment of local wildlife. The
talk is free and open to the
public. Details: 265-3676.
DEDICATION
RESCHEDULED: The Aug. 16
dedication of Doolittle Raiders
Highway has been postponed
until the first week of November.
GRAND OPENING: The
Okaloosa County Republican
Executive Committee is pleased
to announce the grand opening
of the Republican Headquarters
office at 214 Eglin Parkway N.
E. in Mariner Plaza in Cinco
Bayou. The opening and ribbon
cutting by the Fort Walton Beach
Chamber of Commerce are
scheduled for 4 p.m. Monday,
Aug. 16, and are open to the
public. Come meet Republican
candidates, elected officials and
fellow Republicans who will be
working on campaigns. Current
hours of operation are Tuesday
through Saturday, 10 a.m. to
2 p.m.


Special to the News Bulletin

A fish fry to benefit Mi-
randa Jackson will take
place Aug. 16 at Christo-
pher's Uncorked Bistro.
Miranda was recently
diagnosed with Stage II
mediastinal large cell lym-
phoma.
Miranda is 34 years
old, and she and her hus-
band, Terry, have three
daughters. You may know
her from Christopher's
Uncorked Bistro in Crest-
view, or from Walgreens in


Bluewater Bay.
All proceeds from the
fish fry will go toward Mi-
randa's treatment.
Plates are $10 and
include fish, cheese grits,
baked beans and hush pup-
pies.
Deliveries will be
made to all businesses and
schools between 11 a.m.
and 1 p.m. Pickup will also
be available between 10:30
a.m. and 2:30 p.m. at Chris-
topher's Uncorked Bistro.
To place orders, call
682-2002 or 305-1095.


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tinue to grow and to con-
tinue discovering and pre-
serving local history for
our future generations,"
she said.
"I'm very pleased and
happy that Peggy is tak-
ing over as manager of
the museum and heritage
park," Henderson said.
"She is very capable and
has an interest in local
history and preservation,
and that says an awful
lot."
Henderson and her
husband, Charles, will
continue as consultants
at the museum. The Hen-
dersons were both found-
ing members of the North
Okaloosa Historical Asso-
ciation board of directors
and were instrumental
in helping to oobtacnstal:

and renovate the historic
block of buildings that
houses the museum.
"Our goal was to estab-
lish a place where people
could come back to find
information about their
family and history. It has
certainly developed be-
yond our expectations,"
Jeanette Henderson said.
"Charles and I are cer-
tainly appreciative of the


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BRIAN HUGHES | Crestview News Bulletin
HUSTLE TIME: Kitchen volunteers at the Central Baptist
Church Recreation Outreach Center hustle to
keep the line stocked with tasty southern breakfast
favorites.


BREAKFAST from aoane Al


Woodruff hastens to
point out that she doesn't
produce the popular meals
alone.
"It takes an excellent
staff," she said. "I couldn't
do it without my staff.
Over the years, we've been
blessed with wonderful
people. We're just a family
back there in the kitchen."
She heaps particular
praise on Fred Stevens,
whom she called her "right-
hand man."
"Mr. Fred, he cooks the
eggs," Woodruff said. "He's
the best egg-cooker in the
city."
Preparations for the
chamber breakfasts, held
the first Thursday of each
month, began on Monday,
when Woodruff usually did
her grocery shopping.
"We prep on Wednes-
day," she said. "On cham-
her day, we start at 3 a.m."
By the start of the 7
a.m. breakfast, the ROC is
filled with the welcoming
aroma of a tempting boun-
ty of good, southern coun-
try breakfast cuisine that
awaits Crestview's busi-
ness and civic community:
bacon, sausage, scrambled
eggs, grits (regular and
cheese), biscuits with sau-
sage gravy and yogurt.
"We've had the very
best food and the very best
people preparing our food,"
praised Chamber Presi-
dent Dino Sinopoli.
"They've become our
family," Woodruff said. "We
love them all."
She still vividly recalls
the first breakfasts she and
her team prepared back in
2002.
"We used china," she
said. "We had real silver-
ware and glasses. We had
to quit that in six months.
We couldn't keep up with
that."
As she spoke, Chamber
Executive Director Wayne
Harris ducked into the
kitchen to nah a Diet Coke
from the refrigerator.
"This is our mother,"


Harris said. "She looks af-
ter us."
"A mother always sees
that her children have
what they need," Woodruff
said, laughing, as Harris
popped open his Coke and
scurried out again.
However, all good things
must come to an end, and
even the most loved chil-
dren eventually leave the
nest. At the Aug. 5 break-
fast, Sinopoli announced
the event's venue will
change to the Crestview
Community Center with
September's breakfast.
Uncle Bill's Restaurant will
take over the breakfast-
cooking responsibilities.
Central Baptist Church
is undertaking anew week-
ly program for upwards of
250 underprivileged youth,
and the ROC is the only fa-
cility that meets occupancy
code requirements for the
program, explained the
church's pastor, the Rev.
Scott Dennis.
"God has blessed us,"
Dennis said. "We have akid
care program that is going
to use this building."
Dennis said Central
Baptist has been honored
to host the chamber break-
fasts and was heartbroken
to have to end the relation-
ship.
"This decision was very,
very difficult," Dennis
said.
"We are very apprecia-
tive of Pastor Scott Dennis
and all the folks here," Sin-
opoli said.
To a standing ovation,
Harris and Sinopoli wel-
comed Woodruff and her
crew to the front of the
room, where the woman
who's overseen the feeding
of the chamber was made
an honorary lifetime mem-
her of the organization.
That means for the first
time in eight years, Wood-
ruff at last can sleep in,
sit down and enjoy having
someone else prepare the
Chamber of Commerce's
breakfast.


ANN SPANN | Crestview News Bulletin
NEW CURATOR: Baker resident Peggy Hardy recently has been appointed as the
new curator at the Baker Block Museum.


support that has been giv-
en us since the beginning
of this endeavor. Without
the community support,
we would not have been
able to accomplish what
we have."


Peggy Hardy expects
to continue operations as
usual at the museum.
"I see the museum
growing, and hopefully
more people will get in-
volved," she said. "We


have what I think is one of
the best historical librar-
ies around, and I invite
everyone in the local com-
munity to visit the muse-
um and see what we have
to offer."


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

The Baker Block Museum is at
1307 Georgia Ave., which is at the
intersection of state roads 4 and
189, at the traffic light in Baker.
The museum is open to the public
Tuesday through Friday and the third
Saturday of each month from 10
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Admission is free.
The museum, which is housed
in a historic block of buildings
constructed between 1908 and
1910, is a repository of local
historical artifacts and documents,
including a genealogy/local history
research library and heritage park.
Exhibits in the museum include
an early 1900s general store,
turpentine and timber industry,
Native American, military and many
aspects of early pioneer life in north
Okaloosa County.


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"It's still under investigation,
and I'm working it as an arson
investigation at this time," Miller
said.
The structure was reported to
have smoke and flames showing
when local fire departments were
dispatched to the scene at 10 p.m.
Crestview residents Karen
and Kerry Goettl were leaving
a friend's house on Monterrey
Road when they spotted the fire
and called 911.
There was no one home at the
time of the blaze, and neighbors
stated that the residents were in
the process of moving.
Miller asked that anyone with
information related to the fire call
877-NO-ARSON.


The genealogy/local history
library has a microfilm collection
of early county newspapers
and census records, many local
family genealogy manuscripts,
old photographs, maps, cemetery
records and abundant genealogical
research material. Researchers can
access programs, such as Ancestry.
com, and Family Tree Maker on
computers available in the library
or order microfilm from the National
Archives or the Church of Jesus of
Latter Day Saints collection in Salt
Lake City.
Visitors can stroll through pioneer
structures in the museum's heritage
park, including a single pen log
cabin with a fireplace and cooking
hearth, a two-room dogtrot log
cabin, blacksmith shop, log corn
crib, chicken house, outhouse and
the turn-of-the-century Otahite Post
Office.


The annual Folk Life and Heritage
Festival is held in the museum's
heritage park on the first Saturday of
November, with this year's event set
for Nov. 6. The festival will feature
a variety of heritage demonstrators
and crafters, as well as bluegrass
and gospel music, food and fun for
the entire family.
The museum is available for
field trips for school, church or civic
organizations and offers educational
services, which meet the Sunshine
State Standards, including a book
complete with lesson plans titled
"A History of Florida & Okaloosa
County. "
The museum website features
an index of the library holdings,
as well as information about the
museum's collection, events and
programs. Visit the website at www.
bakerblockmuseum.org/ or call the
museum at 537-5714.


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A4 I Crestview News Bulletin


Local


Jeff Borker
Florida Freedom Newspapers
Police are looking for a
motorist who fled the scene
of an accident that left a
man seriously injured.
Daniel Dugger, 42, of
Crestview, suffered three
fractured vertebrae and
Other injuries in the crash
at the intersection of State
Road 85 and John King
Road on Aug. 4, according
to police. He was taken to
North Okaloosa Medical
Center and then trans-
ferred to Sacred Heart
Hospital in Pensacola, po-
lice spokesman Lt. Andrew
Schneider said.
Dugger was driving a
1989 Isuzu Trooper through
the intersection about
8:15 p.m. when an unknown
vehicle struck it and caused
it to overturn, according to
police.
Dugger was making
deliveries for Domino's
Pizza when the accident
occurred, his wife, Stacey


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A cement truck turning
onto State Road 85 from
RJ. Adams Parkway over-
turned about 5:30 Friday
morning, partially blocking
RJ. Adams, Crestview Po-
lice reported.
"There were no seri-
ous injuries," said police
spokesman Lt. Andrew


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the hospital.
The intersection has
been the site of previ-
ous rollovers of heavy
commercial trucks try-
ing to turn northbound,
which involves making a
sharp left turn while
simultaneously climbing an
incline.
"We've had several


Schneider said.
Though the investiga-
tion continues, the cause
of the rollover "could
be a change in apex in
the truck; the center of
gravity shifts," Schneider
said.
Police had the scene
cleaned up, and the inter-
section was completely re-
opened by 8:45 a.m.


Dugger, said Friday in a
phone interview from Sa-
cred Heart.
"Someone ran a red
light and hit my husband
on the tail end of his vehi-
cle," she said.
She said the crash frac-
tured three vertebrae, two
ribs, his nose and a bone in
his neck. Her husband is
expected to make a full re-
covery, which doctors told
her would take 8 weeks.
"If he had not had that
seat belt on, there is no way
he would have survived
this accident," Stacey Dug-
ger said.
She said her heart
"sank to her feet" when
she learned of the
wreck. Now she wants
to find the other driver
and see justice served.


The hit-and-run vehicle
is black or dark blue GMC
or Chevrolet sport utility
vehicle a Yukon, Tahoe
or Suburban, according to
a news release from the
Police Department. The
vehicle sustained front-end
damage and was last seen
heading east on John King
Road. Police recovered
pieces of the vehicle from
the scene.
Stacey Dugger won-
dered whether surveil-
lance tapes from business-
es at the intersection would
show the suspect vehicle.
Schneider said an of-
ficer was assigned to the
case and the investigation
was ongoing.
"We're seeking the driv-
er, but we don't have alot of
information," he said.


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Education


cresiview News Bulletin I AS


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Katie Tommon
Florida Freedom Newspapers

For the fifth consecutive
year, Northwest Florida
school districts rank among
the best in the state.
Okaloosa, Santa Rosa
and Walton County schools
each received an A grade
overall for the perfor-
mance of their elementary
and middle schools on the
Florida Comprehensive As-
sessment Test.
"I'm very proud of our
schools," said Okaloosa


County Superintendent
Alexis Tibbetts. "I don't
think people realize the
true gem that we have in
this school district."
School grades were
developed inl1999 to help
keep the public informed
about their performance.
The grades are based on
the results of the FCAT.
Of the 29 elementary and
middle schools in Okaloosa
County, 24 received A's and
five received B's. In Walton
County, eight schools re-
ceived A's and the remain-
ing two earned a B and a


C. Santa Rosa schools re-
ceived 15 A's, four B's and
one C.
"We revel in the success
of our staff and our chil-
dren, and Ijust applaud our
principals because they do
such a good job," said Wal-
ton County Superintendent
Carlene Anderson.
The Florida Department
of Education released the
school grades Friday af-
ternoon. That was about a
month later than expected
because of several hiccups
with the FCAT, including
a database error with the


company that was scoring
the tests.
After the database was
corrected and FCAT scores
were ready to be released,
several superintendents
from across the state
asked the DOE in mid-July
to hold off after school of-
ficials noticed anomalies
in fourth-and fifth-grade
reading scores.
One red flag was stu-
dents who scored a 4 or 5
on the written portion of
the test received a 2 or 3 in
reading.
Corrections were made,


and Education Commis-
sioner Eric Smith said ear-
lier this week that he was
confident the scores were
accurate.
Some superintendents
remain skeptical after 33
percent of all elementary
schools in Florida dropped
a letter grade or two com-
pared to last year.
In Walton County, An-
derson said she and her
staff were surprised to see
that Freeport Elementary
School received a grade of

"When we ran the


figures with our schools,
that's not (the grade) we
got," Anderson said.
Tibbetts said she was
suspicious after discov-
ering that one out of ev-
ery three schools in the
county went down a letter
grade.
"That is a huge anomaly
that has never happened
before," she said.
High school grades will
be released in November.
State education officials will
use factors such as gradua-
tion rates to calculate each
school's overall grade.


Special to the News Bulletin

MUSSelman
00 D000'S List
Chelsea Rayne
Musselman of Hurlburt
Field was named to
the Dean's List at the
Savannah College of Art
and Design for the spring
quarter 2010. Flill-time
undergraduate students
who earn a grade point
average of 3.5 or above
for the quarter receive
dean's list recognition..
Musselman is an interior
design major seeking a
Bachelor of Fine Arts
degree.


NelSON 00lmS degree
Amber Nelson of
Crestview has received
her Bachelor of Arts
from Western Governors
University (www.wgu.
edu). The nonprofit
university awarded
more than 200 graduate
degrees at its semi-annual
commencement ceremony
held in Salt Lake City on
July 17. WGU awarded
degrees to more than


1,275 graduates from all 50
states and the District of
Columbia as well as many
who are stationed overseas
on military assignments.
This is the largest
graduating class to date,
with 714 undergraduate
and 565 graduate degrees
awarded.
Under Secretary
Dr. Martha Kanter,
who oversees policies,
programs, and activities
related to postsecondary
education, vocational
and adult education, and
federal student aid for
the U.S. Department of
Education, delivered the
commencement address.
Students and graduates
who were not able to
attend the ceremony were
able to watch the event via
live video stream.


Perseid meteor
Shower watdi at
NWFSC
The Northwest Florida
Astronomy Association, a
local astronomy club, will
host a public stargaze and
Perseid meteor shower
watch at the Northwest


Florida State College
Niceville campus on Aug.
12 beginning at 8:30 p.m.
The event is free and
open to the public and will
be held on the public safety
driving range on the west
side of the Niceville campus.
Participants should enter
the campus through the
athletic entrance and follow
the west perimeter road to
the driving range. Please
bring lawn chairs, blankets,
and mosquito repellent. For
information, contact NWF
State College astronomy
professor Tony Russo at
974-8544 or russoa~nwfsc.
edu.
The Perseid meteor
shower is an annual meteor
shower that can potentially
be visible for weeks in the
late summer sky, depending
on weather and location.
The Perseid meteor
shower is named after
the constellation Perseus
and its source is actually
debris from the comet
Swift'lI~ttle. Every year,
the earth passes through
the debris cloud left by the
comet when the earth's
atmosphere is bombarded
by what is popularly known
as "falling stars."


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supplies they need to do
their job."
The first 100 teachers
visiting Staples stores in
Crestview and nationally
on Teacher Appreciation
Day from 9 a.m. to noon
will receive an Avery
Binder filled with paper, a


pencil pouch and supplies.
Teachers will also have the
opportunity to preview new
products and services at
Staples, such as Welcome
Bulletin Board Sets,
Storage Pocket Charts
and Crayola@ Washable
Dry-Erase Crayons. This
year, the company is
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A6 I Crestview News Bulletin


Local


Carver-Hill Memorial &
Historical Society
Chuck Raley Evangelizing
Assn., PO Box 905
Crestview Area Youth Assn,
2740 NE 8th Av
Family Resource Program
of North Okaloosa County,
299 S Main St
Floriida AB U ivers ty

Okalos I undty Chepter,

International Association of
Firefighters #2680, PO Box
815
Macedonia Community
Development, 603 ML King
Jr Av


National Society of Tole
& Decorative Painters,
Inc./Passionate Painters of
Northwest Florida, 4777
Natchez Tr
North Okaloosa Search &
Rescue, PO Box 656
Northwest Florida Alumni
Chapter of Kappa Alpha
Nter wt4 FI na Way

Viuionarr es nc, 6097
Old Bethel Cemetery Assn,
4812 Mosley Ln N
R.W. White Ministries, Rt 3,
Box 61 1
Robert L.F. Sikes Library
Assn, PO Box 1265


Ron Whited Ministries, 1 18
Claire Dr
Sons of Union Veterans of
the Civil War, 8 Dept. Fla,
5845 Whiteoak Dr
Western Rovers, 5108
Whitehurst Ln
BAKER
Blackman Community
Volunteer Fire Dept., PO box

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Race of Okaloosa County,
5545 Steele Rd
LAUREL HILL
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Flowersview Blvd


Morje Goreja
Special to the News Bulletin

PROGRAMS
P~amily Library Time:
Tuesday, Aug. 17. Paper air-
hla es wth G inness record

Som7:4 p.m.Cat the Crstviem
Lap Sit: Ior ages 3 and
younger and their caregiv-
ers. Aug. 23-24 "School Days,"
beginning at 10:15 a.m. in the
Story Room.
Storytime: For ages 3 and
older. Aug. 25, "Mc/eow," begin-
ning at 10:15 a.m. in the Story
Room
Teen Wii: Teens ages 12-
18 can join us for Wii gaming
every Friday from 2 to 4 p.m.
in the Story Room.
Teen Anime club: Ages
11-18 are welcome to join us
for discussions and activities
involving everything anime
and manga. Mc/eet us in the
Story Room:every Tuesday

mFree WiFi acc s is now
available at the Crestview
Public Library. You can pick
up the password (changes
monthly) at the circulation
desk. Service for WiFi is avail-
able Mc/onday through Satur-
day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
CALA (Crestview Area
Loves the Arts). Are you
interested in the arts (all vi-
sual & performing arts)? Join
the Okaloosa Arts Alliance
North for their monthly meet-
ing at Crestview Public Li-
brary. For more information
please e-mail Rae Schwartz:
Our netFrienmds of the
Crestview Library Book Sale
will be Oct. 1 3. Books and
audio/visual materials for
donations are welcome at all
times.
The Crestview Public Li-
brary will serve as an early
voting site. Early voting days
are Aug. 9 -21 for the primary
election and Oct. 18 30 for
general election. Early voting
hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on
Mc/ondays, Tuesdays, Thurs-
days, and Fridays and 7 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Wednesday and
Saturday. NO early voting


Mc/onday, Aug. 23 or Mc/onday,
Nov.1i.NOTE: If you wait until
election day to vote, you must
go to your local precinct.

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those that were not required
to file a return prior to a
change in the law in 2007,"
said Norman Wright, presi-
dent and CEO of the BBB
of Northwest Florida. "How-
ever, the IRS has been send-
ing multiple notices to these
organizations because this is
such a big threat to the small-
est charities in our service
area."
The loss of tax-exempt
status would affect more
than the charity itself; how-
ever. People who donate to
the organizations that are at
risk would not be allowed to
claim their donations as de-
ductions on their taxes next
year if the groups don't file
their returns.
The BBB release said the
IRS is offering a "one-time fil-
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at risk of losing their tax-ex-
empt status for failure to file
a notice or return.
"Tax-exempt organiza-
tions that fail to satisfy an-
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three consecutive years au-
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Organizations on the list
include religious groups,
such as the R.W. White Min-
istries; community groups,
including Macedonia Com-
munity Development; edu-
cational groups like the Flor-
ida A&M University Nation-
al Alumni Association's local
chapter; labor organizations
including the International
Association of Firefighters'
local chapter; and at least
one arts organization, the
local chapter of the National
Society of Tole and Decora-
tive Painters.
A couple of unusual-
sounding groups that made
the list are the American
Brugmansia and Datura
Society, a group of amateur
and professional garden-
ers, and the Timbuktu Re-
search Consortium of Lau-
rel Hill, a medical research


organization.
Another organization
listed is the Robert L.E
Sikes Library Association,
apparently a predecessor to
today's Friends of the Crest-
view Library organization,
said library officials.
"That's an old name of
an organization that existed
back before our Friends of
the Library was established,"
said reference librarian San-
dra Dreaden.
Friends of the Library
treasurer Nancy Moxie said
she was unfamiliar with the
older group, adding that the
Friends of the Library have
already filed their return for
this year.
"I got something in the
mail saying we didn't do it the
year before. I stayed on hold
with them forever, but I got
some nice guy on the line"
who cleared up the mystery,
Moxie said.
"So we're not in danger of
losing our exemption," Moxie
said. "The only paperwork I
ever found was that we were
Friends of the Library, In-
corporated. I've never found
anything about (the library
association)."
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A8 I Crestview News Bulletin


Arts & Entertainment


Brjun|-|ughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Music & Arts on
Main Street II
AUG. 13 The
Okaloosa Arts Alliance-
North and the Main
Street Crestview
Association present
the August addition of
the popular after-hours
Friday evening event.
Begin with dinner
at a great downtown
restaurant. From 6-9 p.m.,
enjoy live music including
fiddler Charles Samuel,
the Cook Karaoke Band
and Walker Sherman
and Friends playing in
the gazebo in front of the
courthouse. Courthouse
Terrace will be blocked
off as visual artists
exhibit their talent.
Bring a folding chair
to enjoy the music. To
exhibit or demonstrate
your artistic creativity
(there is no cost), contact
OAA-N chairwoman Rae
Schwartz at bakerny@
yahoo.com or 585-5672.

GOspel music concert
AUG. 22 Central
Baptist Church will host
The Emerald City Quartet
and gospel recording
artist John White in a


celebration of good old
Southern gospel music.
Emerald City is coming off
a 2009 year that saw them
awarded the Emerald
Coast Southern Gospel
Music Association's
coveted Quartet Of the
Year. From Panama City,
the group is known for
its commitment to fresh
harmonies, a dedication to
the traditional Southern
gospel quartet-style
heritage and a Christ-
centered approach to
concert ministry.
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stranger to the Christian
concert ministry. His
accomplishments include
numerous performances
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in the operatic and
gospel genres. White
holds a master's degree
in vocal performance
from the University of
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CHS art educator
to hold one-woman
show in F WB

Brjon |-ughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
Crestview High School
art students have always
enjoyed their instructor
Laurel Siwicki's firm but
gentle guidance as they
plunge into the creative
world of visual and dimen-
sional art. Sometimes,
maybe not at the time it's
happening, they even come
to appreciate her master-
ful way of extracting extra
effort from students whose
talents she has recognized,
though they may not yet
recognize it in themselves,
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educator, one also must
he an accomplished art-
ist, and local art students,
their parents and art lov-
ers will soon have the op-
portunity to experience
the popular art teacher's
sculptural works when
Siwicki presents a solo
show called "Taking Flight,
Taking Root" at the Full
Circle Gallery in Fort Wal-
ton Beach. The exhibition
opens Sept. 3.
Siwicki, an accom-
plished, award-winning
artist as well as a dedicated
teacher, has been energeti-
cally working on the exhibit
for more than a year


"She feels her own life
journey has been prepar-
ing her for it all of her life,"
the gallery said in a media
release. "While the works
are derived from the art-
ist's personal experiences,
they are open to individual
interpretation, providing
spectators with an oppor-
tunity to explore their own
thoughts on taking flight
and taking root. As such,
symbolism plays an inte-
gral role in Siwicki's series
and heavily helps her tell
her story."
Heady stuff for folks who
search for extra meaning
in their art appreciation.
But fortunately, for the
many who just like to ad-
mire a fine piece of artistry,
Siwicki's sculptures speak
to viewers on many lev-
els, none more important
or more cerebral than the
other, which is the real joy
of good art. You can enjoy
it however you choose. The
pieces are beautiful, color-
ful, whimsical as well as
thought-provoking.
"Since the beginning
of time, artists have been
using symbols in their art
to allow the viewer to in-
fer their own meaning,"
Siwicki explains. "I use
old and new symbols, all
of which incorporate my
Northwest Florida roots."
These symbols include
cypress trees, dilapidated
See SIWICKI Al0


TAKING FLIGHT,
TAKING ROOT aboveve:
The title piece from
Laurel Siwicki's
one-woman show in
Fort Walton Beach.
TRAVELER'S VOYAGE
(left): Crestview
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instructor Laurel
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natural medium
to express her
personal journeys
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Arts & Entertainment


Crestview News Bulletin I A9


Brian Hughes
Art & Entertainment Editor
There's a new face at
the Crestview Public Li-
brary: a young, inquisi-
tive boy with oversized
glasses, wearing a mor-
tarboard while devouring
a fascinating book through
a magnifying glass.
Called "The Whiz Kid,"
it's the new sculpture
mounted near the library
entrance.
"Our Friends of the
Library bought it for us,"
said Audrey Milcarek, a
familiar face herself be-
hind the circulation desk.
"They do so much for us.
They raised the money for
it."
For a city with a dearth
of public art, the Whiz Kid
is a welcome newcomer to
Crestview. The sculpture's
placement outside the
library, which serves as
both a focus of community
enlightenment and the
city's impromptu arts cen-
ter, is particularly fitting.
The multi-patina sculp-
ture was cast in bronze by
The Bronzeman, a studio
in Westlake Village, Calif.
Including its brick enclo-
s re adaplin te beaue

than $5,300.
Library Director Jean
Lewis said the sculpture
will be dedicated in a cer-
emony at 11:30 a.m. Sept.
16, after the Friends of the
Crestview Library's 10:30
meeting. The Whiz Kid will
be dedicated in memory of
the late longtime library
friend Ted Lembeck and
in appreciation to his wife,
Flo Lembeck, founding
president of the Friends of


BRIAN HUGHES | News Bulletin
WHIZ KID: This new bronze sculpture donated by the Friends of the Crestview Library was recently installed in
front of the facility. It will be dedicated at an 1 1:30 a.m. ceremony Sept. 16.


the Crestview Library.
Sandra Dreaden, ref-
erence librarian, said
the library has received
advice from Sheila Dun-
ning, with the Okaloosa
County Extension office,


for landscaping around
the sculpture. A landscape
plan provided by Dunning
recommends phlox, dwarf
shrub crape myrtle and
muhly grass around the
sculpture's brick plinth,


"The plants will bloom
in spring, summer and
fall," Dreaden said.
Dunning also instruct-
ed the library to assure
all brick mortar and dust
be cleaned up so lime in


the mortar doesn't leech
into the soil. "It will gradu-
ally change the pH and the
shrubs will gradually de-
cline," Dunning warned.
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Aud tons2 w l beld at
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Auditions will be held
in the music wing of
the Mattie Kelly Fine
and Performing Arts
Center, Building J, Room
312 on the NWFSC
Niceville Campus. There
is a limited number of
openings in the soprano,
alto, tenor and bass
sections of the group.
Auditions can be
arranged by calling
the director, John
Leatherwood, at
729-3132 or 830-2062.
Individuals interested
in auditioning should
be able to read music.
Previous experience
reading music and
singing in choral groups
is desired.
Schola Cantorum is
comprised of diverse
singers of all ages from
across the two-county
area who present music
from across the ages.
Much of the music is
unaccompanied by
instruments. The group
will be preparing a
Christma pro ramefor

November and early
December.

Be sure to let the
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Submit listings for
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Al 0 1 Crestview News Bulletin


Arts & Entertainment


skifsandnaiv b ds.
Siwicki's works also often
include parts that look
rusted or worn, which
help create a sense of the
passing of time, highlight-
ing the artist's belief that
journeys take time and
that one ought to enjoy
them, the release noted.
"Too often we focus on
the being-there, when, if
we take a moment, we will
realize that the getting-
there is sometimes the
best part," Siwicki said.
Because Siwicki's
works represent natural
elements, or how nature
affects man-made ele-
ments, clay is her favorite
medium. Using it to create
visual art rather than the
functional objects, such
as ashtrays or pots, with
which it is closely associ-
ated, is important to the
artist and is an attribute
she consistently shares
with her CHS students,
whose annual art shows
feature clay sculptures.
"I find my students to
be artistically bold and in-
spiring," Siwicki said. "I,
too, seek to inspire them
to find their own life jour-
neys."

The opening reception
for "Thking light, Takcing
Root," featuring a talk
with Siwicki, will take
place Sept. 3 at Full Cir-
cle Gallery in Fort Walton
Beach from 6-8 p.m. For
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holder to reveal

mystery of Hight

Brian Hughes
brianh~crestviewbulletin.com
The Japanese may have
origami, but as precious
as the little folded paper
horses or swans may be,
they'll never stir quite the
adrenaline the way a good
paper airplane does when
it is thrown into the air and
borne on the breeze. The
folder's spirit seems to soar
with the aircraft launched
in an open field. Launched
in a classroom, it's a great
source of hilarity.
It's not quite a class-
room or an open field
- but the Crestview Pub-
lic Library is a great place
to allow the study of paper
airplane manufacture to
dress in the respectabil-
ity of academia, and at the
Aug. 17 Family Library
Time program, that's just
what will happen.
Ken Blackburn, who
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Record for the longest
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Time is free and is perfect
for families with children
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at 7 p.m. TuLesday, Aug. 17.
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FOLD-N-FLY: Ken Blackburn gives pointers on how to fold
a previous visit to the Crestview Public Library.


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when John wouldn't fess
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Part science lesson but
all fun, Blackburn's pre-
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Armed with an under-
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library's event will then
get to fold and, weather
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to fly their own versions of
Blackburn's record-break-
ing paper airplane, trying
to break his 27.6-second
record.
Now try that with a silly
paper swan!


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SALVATION: Images of
Northwest Florida
wildlife and weathered
man-made objects
are features of Laurel
Siwicki's sculptures and
reflect her Niceville and
Crestview roots.

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Opinion


Crestview News Bulletin I Al 1


A few years ago, I
chatted with European
friends about our daily
commutes. I learned that
Udo, in Hamburg, and his
brother, Dieter, in Munich,
Germany, as well as Curt,
in Stockholm, Sweden,
and I took nearly the same
amout oftimeand pe H
amount ~ ~ ~ t oftm ndset
about the same amount of Ars&
money each month getting
to and from work.
How we did it, however, was
where we diverged dramatically.
Udo and Curt rode commuter
trains into town. From there, Udo
walked five more minutes to his
office, and Curt took a local bus
to his job. Dieter took a train into
town, switched to a subway and
then walked five minutes to his
office.


I drove through New
Orleans' rush hour traffic
surrounded by unskilled
motorists occupying poorly
designed highways leading
to miserably maintained
city streets.
Guess which of us was
ANmore stressed by the time
HS he got to work?
rtainment A decent public
or transportation system
leads to happier commuters, less
pollution, less wear and tear on
personal vehicles, and less traffic
on roads and conserves fuel.
So when the Okaloosa-
Walton Transportation Planning
Organization unveiled its latest
long-term plans at a recent public
meeting in Crestview, you can
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This simple,
easy-to-negotiate
traffic circle in
Hondarribia'
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a traffic signal at
the intersection
and improved
traffic flow, as
well as trip times,
Adopting many
European traffic
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Our region can
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around Okaloosa
County.

BRIAN HUGHES |
crestview News Bunetin


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only 44 percent and
45 percent of their
lowest quartile.
Walker Elementary
and Kenwood
Elementary showed
growth in only
44 percent and
XIS 42 percent ofthe
ETTS lowest quartile in
reading. Longwood
Elementary
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but proficiency overall
was weak in science,
and learning gains were
not sufficiently evident
in math schoolwide.
Schools rated as a B are
working with their literacy
coaches, principals,
teachers and district
staff to improve, and we
recommit to strategies and
interventions necessary
to assist all schools in our
district being rated an A.
Congratulations go
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Okaloosa County
School District is
proud to announce
that we are once
again an A+ school ALI
district and ranked TI
TBE
high performing in
Florida with no C, D
or F schools. Grades were
released Friday, Aug. 6, by
the Florida Department
of Education for the 2009-
10 school year for all
elementary (grades 3-5)
and middle schools (grades
6-8) based on FCAT scores
released in July.
The calculation of
school grades is based not
only on the proficiency
level of students, but also
on learning gains from the
previous year, matched to
each student individually.
A major factor in school
grades is the ability of the
schools to show progress
in reading and math of
the lowest quartile of
the school population.
'Twenty-two out of 27
elementary and middle
schools were ranked an
A, which is 81 percent.
Special congratulations go
to the staff and students at
Wright Elementary School
that moved from a B rating
last year to an A rating this
ya ll Okaloosa School
District middle schools
received an A due to the
hard work of the students,
teachers and staff and
a district initiative tO
increase rigor and college/
career readiness. Subject-
specific professional
d velopment dis rit-hol
teachers began three
years ago, and the positive
effect of that training
is being realized. In an
effort to help high school
students meet the new
standards for graduation,
middle schools began
preparing several years
ago for the increased
demands of end-of-
course exams in algebra,
geometry and biology
required to graduate
from high school. High
schools and combination
(K-12) schools will not
receive school grades until
November due to a new
calculation formula based
on graduation rate, AP/IB/
AICE scores and industry
certifications earned.
Five elementary
schools in Okaloosa County
were rated a B by Florida
DOE. The reasons for

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schools rated as a B, the
gains of the lowest quartile
ranged from 42 percent to
49 percent but did not meet
the 50 percent criteria.
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Opinion


student learning for
struggling readers, FCAT
scores will continue to
plateau. As the decline in
the economy continues,
our district has a growing
number of students
in poverty, and there
is a significant shift in
demographics in south
Okaloosa with more
students with special
education and English
language learner needs.
North Okaloosa
County is experiencing
tremendous growth, and
students in transition will
continue to be a challenge
for our district. The goal
in our district continues


to be improvement in all
schools by developing
individual and school-
wide improvement
plans that incorporate
professional development,
progress monitoring and
learning targets for all
students to be successful,
regardless of ability level,
socio-economic status,
ethnicity or handicapping
condition,

Alexis Tibbets has
served in the field of
education for more than
35 years. She has been the
superintendent ofschools
for Okaloosa County
since Nov. 7, 2006.


imagine the excitement when we
saw provision for an electric light
rail system linking a Crestview park-
and-ride with Eglin Air Force Base
then continuing to connect in Fort
Walton Beach to a Gulf-front train
serving Pensacola to Panama City
and communities in between,
Imagine it! Ditching the car for a
stress-free ride to work at Eglin, or
a shopping day at Destin Commons
and Silver Sands, or a family trip to
the beach and the Gulfarium.
I jest. What the plan really
calls for is just a handful of new
sidewalks for Crestview, another
stoplight to further stymie traffic on
U.S. Highway 90, and lots and lots of
concrete to be poured at the south
end of the county.
Sadly, while our cousins in
Europe have been perfecting the
art of transportation planning,

st bp rnny rsssck lwo t omoded
private -ve hicle -on-ever-expanding-
highways model. While Europeans
have been weaned from their cars,
rather than our road planners
helping us kick the habit, they keep
enabling us.
Worse still, although they eagerly
flatten more land and pour more
concrete over it, little is done to
make using our roads any more
efficient.
While driving in Sweden with
Curt, I encountered a miraculous
system called the "green way." We
entered a town about Crestview's
size on a four-lane road like S.R. 85.
Along the way, digital speed limit
signs told us how fast we had to go
(never exceeding the speed limit) to
maintain green lights through town.
Not once did we have to stop. That
was 1980.
Two months ago, while
participating in our exchange
with Crestview's sister city, I rode
through many comparably sized
communities in France. On the
main roads, again many the size
of S.R. 85, we rarely encountered a
single traffic signal. Traffic in major
intersections flowed smoothly in all
four directions thanks to sensible
roundabouts.
European traffic planners have
found that by removing signals and
pavement markings and installing
roundabouts, traffic in major
intersections actually slows down,


BRIAN HUGHES | Crestview News Bulletin
ENJOYING THE COMMUTE: Swedish commuters, including schoolchildren,
relax on a speedy, efficient electric light rail train on a line near
Stockholm linking several rural communities.


flows smoother and has fewer
accidents.
"The trouble with traffic
engineers is that when there's a
problem with a road, they always
try to add something," said Dutch
traffic engineer Hans Monderman
in an interview in the December
2004 issue of Wired. "To my mind,
it's much better to remove things."
Think that'll never work here?
Think again. When West Palm
Beach removed traffic signals,
eliminated turn lanes and
narrowed the roadbed on several
major thoroughfares, traffic flow
improved, accidents decreased and
trip times were shortened.
If we can't have better and
more convenient public transport,
which is what our goal should be,
then innovations proven here and
abroad at least can improve traffic
flow. But, OWTPO officials said,
their office's improvements take 20
years to plan, seek funding for and
implement.
Twenty years ago, gas was $1.16
a gallon, according to the U.S.
Energy Information Administration,
In 1990, Crestview was a small,
rural town. Who knew gas prices
would more than double or that


Crestview would become the
biggest, fastest-growing community
in the county or that 6,000-plus new
residents would be moving here
next year?
A lot changes in 20 years, but
sadly, OWTPO's plans seem to
lack the flexibility to keep up with
technology; societal changes; or the
need for a responsible, economic,
energy-efficient way to move
simultaneously bunches of people
around the county.
Eventually, roadways reach a
saturation level where it is just
foolish, wasteful and frivolous to
keep pouring concrete. We've about
reached that time. That money
should be used to lay rails and get
cars off the roads.
To their credit, OWTPO did, at
last, recommend synchronizing
traffic signals for county
thoroughfares. It's about time. The
technology has been around only 35
years.

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randyd~crestviewbulletin.com
A few at a time, Crestview
football players made their way
from the field house to Jack Fos-
ter Stadium for the 2010 picture
day Thursday afternoon.
For the Bulldog seniors, the
day marked the official start of
their final year of high school and
their last season with the Bull-
dogs.
With the season just a few
weeks away, seniors are talking
about doing things the right way
and making it a season everyone
in the community can be proud
of. .
The seniors know that their
time has come, and it is up to
them to set the tone for their
younger teammates.
"We have to step up and have
new leaders and new captains,


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ANN SPANN | News Bulletin
Head coach Matt Brunson lines up players for photos.


Allen Caldwell said. "Basically
it's just doing the right thing
when people aren't watching."
A large part of doing things the
right way will be how the players


come together as a unit.
Mike Hutchinson believes a
lot of that relationship-building
See CRESTVIEW B2


RANDY DKCKSON | News Bulletin
Crestview senior football player Allen Caldwell poses with the varsity cheerleaders.


Crestview
reserve seats
Reserve seats for the
2010 Bulldog Football
season are on sale for
previous seat holders
through Aug. 13.
The cost is $50 per
seat and $20 for reserve
parking. Any unclaimed
seats will go on sale
Au 1 6

YMCA swim lessons
The Crestview Family
YMCA will offer swim
lessons Aug. 16-26.
The lessons will run
Monday-Thursday, with
eight 30-minute lessons
per sessions.
Lessons for ages 3-5 will
start at 5 p.m. Lessons for
those 6 and older start at


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members and $62 for
non members. .
For more information,
call 689-2999 or visit the
YMCA at 298 N. Wilson


YMCA soccer,
flag football
The Crestview Family
YMCA will hold
registration for soccer
and flag football through
Aug. 28.
The coed leagues are
open for children ages
3-12
Play begins the week of
Sept. 13.
Cost is $36 for members
and $48 for nonmembers.
For more information,
call 689-2999, or visit the
YMCA at 298 N. Wilson


Football player
roundup
If you know of a current
college football player
who played at Baker
or Crestview, please
e-mail the information
to News Bulletin Sports
Editor Randy Dickson at
randyd@crestviewbulletin.
com by Aug. 15.
We want to include
the information in our
upcoming Football 2010
section, as well as our
weekly college football
roundup during the fall.

NAYB baseball camp
The Annual NAYB
Baseball Camp will be
held Aug. 14 at Niceville
High School.
Instructors set to attend
include former Major
League baseball players
Chuck Cary, Dennis
Rasmussen and Greg
Litton. Also on hand will
be area coaches Joe
Nedoroscik, Kevin Berry,
Gary Drouin and Gerry
McDermott.

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9th Annual AHA Golf
Tournament benefiting
the American Heart
Association (AHA).
The tournament will be
at the Foxwood Country
Club in Crestview
on Sept. 10, and all
proceeds benefit AHA
locally. If you would
like sponsor or play in
the tournament, contact
Randy Sims, 850-
689-5914 or rsims@
co.okaloosa.fl.us, or
Sandra Launch, 651-
7515 or slaunch@
co.okaloosa.fl. us.

Loop the Lake 5K
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the Lake 5K Run/Walk
and 1 Mile Fun Run are

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Randy Dickson
randyd~crestviewbulletin.com
BAKER Picture day was all
smiles and laughter for the Baker
football team Friday. But lurking
beneath the celebration of the start
of a new football season was the
memory of last year's losing sea-
son.
Amidst the emotions of the start
of their final campaign, some of the
Gator seniors shared what they
were feeling as they prepared for
their last go-round on the gridiron.
"It's kind of mixed emotions,"
Christian Mainor, a receiver/line-
backer/defense back, said. "You're
glad it's your senior year and you
are ready to move on, but it's kind
of sad that it's your senior year.
"You don't want things to end,
but you do want things to end."


The thought of a final season
has hit lineman Nathan Pfrimmer
hard.
"It's pretty emotional thinking
I'm never going to be here again,"
he said. "This is my last chance to
show everybody who I really am
on the football field and what I can
do, and prove myself and prove my
worth.
"It just pushes me further to
show what I can do."
Quarterback Logan Wagner
finds it hard to believe the time
went by so quickly.
"It got here before I knew it,"
Wagner said. "It seems like it was
just yesterday that I was a tackling
dummy for JY and I'm here now.
It's kind of crazy to think about it,
"Everything is kind of coming to


RANDY DKCKSON | News Bulletin
A quartet of Gators enters Doug Griffith Memorial Stadium for


SPORTS


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Football, by nature, is
a game of leverage and
violent collisions that is
played in pads.
Legendary Green
Bay Packers coach Vince
Lombardi
might have
summed
it up best
.-? when
he said

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plye what khi bnal
favorite days of the year
are, I dare say he would
tell you the first game of
the season, followed by the
first day in pads.
High school football
players can put on the
pads for the first time
this season on Thursday.
In some ways I envy the
young men as they line
up and go at it, but I've
done my time and have the
battle scars to show for it.
I have to wonder if
football would be as
popular without the hits.
What offensive lineman
would play the game if it
weren't for the hitting?
Football is, in fact,
the ultimate team sport.
Those offensive linemen
who play for the simple joy
of getting to hit somebody
know they will probably
play their entire career
without ever touching
the ball or having an
opportunity to score.
Several years ago, I
was doing a story on the
summer soccer camp
at 'Twin Hills when John
McCormack was still
conducting those sessions.
McCormack was former
professional soccer player
in his native Australia, and
he was enamored with
American football.
As we were talking
one day, McCormack said
he admired the offensive
linemen who played their
whole careers knowing
they would never get a
chance to score. As he
pointed out, those guys up
front show the true spirit
of being on a team.
Yes, the so-called skill
players on offense handle
the ball and have a chance
to score. Quarterbacks,
running backs and
receivers will hear their
names called over the
public address system
when they throw, run or
catn teti counterparts

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an end. It's a culmination
of a lot of time and a lot of
work, and I'm excited just
to see how it goes."
The seniors have used
last year's 0-10 season as a
motivation to push harder
than ever,
"Going 0-10 last year
opened our eyes that we
really need to work hard,"
Mainor said. "If we work
hard, I think things will
turn around.
"This summer was
pretty intense. We threw a
lot and we went over our
running game a lot. I think
the next few weeks we are
going to put the pieces to-
gether and it's going to be a
good season.")
Pfrimmer has yet to
shake the feeling from last
year.
"I've experienced a los-
ing season before, but I've
never gone completely 0-
10," he said. "So it really just
broke me and made me re-
alize that losing is not an op-
tion for us anymore because
it hurts so bad to lose.
"I do not like losing. I
do not plan on losing ever
again. My plan for this team
is to make it as far as we
possibly can. And I would
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The Baker football team hams it up for the cameras at photo day Friday.


the playoffs this year."
Wagner thinks the mem-
ories of last year will be the
fuel that fires the Gators to
success this year.
"Because you see some-


thing like that, you will do
everything possible not to
let it happen again," he said.
"It has refocused us. It has
given us a determination
and motivation, and I think


that's going to provide a lot
of explosive fuel for us to
light up the season."
And coming off a strong
offseason, all systems are
go for the Gators.


"I'm really excited,"
Mainor said. "This is the
best I've felt about a team
going into the season.
"I think things are going
to end up good for us."


was done at the recent Fellowship
of Christian Athletes camp many
of the players attended.
"Just brotherhood, especially
with the FCA camp we just got
back from," he said of what he be-
lieves is the key for a successful
season. "We've all come together
more as a family and a team than
we've ever been. We are not just
coming to play football.
"We are coming to have fun and
play together as a team."
Martez House agreed that the
FCA camp was important in build-
ing team unity.
"At FCA camp, the seniors at a
team meeting talked to everyone
about trying to be more positive
and how teams in the past sort
of talked down on certain play-
ers and we really weren't a fam-
ily," House said. "This year we
are trying to concentrate on be-
ing more of a family and have ev-
eryone work towards a common
goal."
Caldwell and Hutchinson
touched on how quickly their se-
nior year has arrived.
"Just walking in the school
today was incredible," Caldwell
said. "It flew by so fast.
"To think this is the last year


Caldwell asked. "You get to have
everybody here. You get to have a
big season.
"The fans are going to be pretty
excited. They have season tickets
on sale now, and I hope they are
going to sell out soon."
House believes the team plays
better at home, too.
"It's a real confidence-booster,"
House said of the home games.
"Our home crowd is always here
for us, and everybody comes out,
and it makes you a lot better play-
er playing in front of everybody
you know.
"It makes you feel good."
The seniors agreed that a bru-
tal spring and offseason program
have the players in the best shape
of their lives.
Hutchinson thinks those hours
of conditioning will pay off on Fri-
day nights as the Bulldogs battle
for the district crown.
"I feel like I'm the toughest
I've ever been in my life, and I'm
surrounded by a bunch of tough
people," he said. "We are not just
physically strong, but we are men-
tally strong.
"I just don't feel like there is
anything that can get in the way of
our mental toughness."


ANN SPANN | News Bulletin
practice to pose during picture


little Podunk town, and we've just
got to get it done."
The Bulldogs will have the dis-
tinct advantage of playing seven
home games as they set out to
the get the job done. The home
schedule includes District 2-4A
rivals Niceville and Fort Walton
Beach.
"What more can you ask for
to have a great senior year?"


Bulldog players took a break from
day last week.

a lot of us will get to play; we just
have to go out and fly around (the
ball) and make this the best year
we can."
Hutchinson added, "It's just
unbelievable that it's here so fast.
You can't say we will be better
next year because this is the last
year that we've got.
"We've just got to prove to ev-
erybody that Crestview's not some


on the defensive line
have a chance to hear
their name called when
making a tackle or
knocking down a pass. No,
defensive linemen might
not have the number of
opportunities to make big
plays that the linebackers


or defensive backs
have, but they still get
recognition from the guys
in the press box for doing
something well.
But especially in high
school ball, the guys who
do the dirty work on the
offensive line are the


forgotten heroes of the
game.
That's not to say their
teammates, coaches and
fans don't appreciate
offensive linemen. And
as many of you know, the
left offensive tackle is
now usually the second


highest-paid player on
the typical National
Football League team, as
it is his job to protect the
quarterback's blind side.
The fact is most high
school football players
don't play college ball, and
even fewer make it to the


NFL, so those brief years
in pads are limited to a few
high school seasons.
Most of the seniors who
put on the pads Thursday
will be enjoying their first
day in pads for the last
time.
Let the hitting begin.


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The 5K starts at 8 a.m.
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Fall baseball
Sig n-up for NAYB
Traveling Eagles Fall
Baseball is now available
at www.travelingeagles.
com for players ages
7-14 (as of April 30,
2011). For more
information, call Mike
Wells at 42 8-0005.

2010 high school
football schedules

ker.27 KO Classic vs.
Jay
Sept. 3 at Crestview
Sept. 10 vs. Sneads
Sept. 17 at Vernon
Sept. 24 at South
WalIton
Oct. 1 vs. Northview
Oct. 8 at Bozeman
Oct. 22 vs. Holmes
County (Homecoming)
Oct. 29 vs. Freeport
Nov. 5 at Jay
Nov. 12 at Blountstown

Crestview
Aug. 27 KO Classic at
Gulf Breeze
Sept. 3 vs. Baker
Sept. 10 vs. West
Gadsden (Homecoming)
Sept. 17 at Tate
Sept. 24 at Catholic
Oct. 1 vs. Navarre
Oct. 8 vs. Fort Walton
Beach
Oct. 15 vs. Milton
Oct. 22 at Mosley
Oct. 29 vs. Leon
Nov. 5 vs. Niceville

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Military NEWS

Special to the News Bulletin

Lackland AFB announces
local graduate
The following airman
completed an eight-week
program that included training
in military discipline and studies,
Air Force core values, physical
fitness, and basic warfare
principles and skills.
Airmen who complete basic
training earn four credits toward
an associate in applied science
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
Lackland Air Force Base
in San Antonio announces
the following
graduate of basic
military training:
*Renee E.
~@~i;: Phillips earned
c diticto
I graduate. She
PHILLIPS is the daughter
of Jennifer Neal
of Baker and Bill Phillips of
Crestview and is a 2005 graduate
of Baker High School.


Recruit Training Command
announces local graduate

The folowin beaic

training at Recruit Training
Command, Great Lakes,
Ill. The seaman completed
a variety of training, which
included classroom study and
practical instruction on naval
customs, first aid, firefighting,
water safety and survival, and
shipboard and aircraft safety.
An emphasis was also placed on
physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is Battle Stations. This
exercise gives recruits the
skills and confidence they need
to succeed in the fleet. Battle
Stations is designed to galvanize
the basic warrior attributes of
sacrifice, dedication, teamwork
and endurance in each recruit
through the practical application
of basic Navy skills and the core
values of honor, courage and
commitment. Its distinctly Navy
flavor was designed to take into
account what it means to be a
sailor.
*Navy Seaman Recruit
Alicia L. Spencer is the daughter
of Leticia Spencer of Holt
and Joseph Baggett of North
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Members of the Florida National Guard's 3rd Battalion, 20th Special Forces Group prepare to deploy to Southwest Asia.




F Of id0'S Special Forces soldiers deploy


By Stoff Sgt. Blair Heusdlens
Florida National Guard Public Affairs

STARKE Soldiers from the Florida Na-
tional Guard's 3rd Battalion, 20th Special
Forces Group deployed again to support
ongoing combat operations in Southwest
Asia. The unit was the first Florida National
Guard unit to deploy after the Sept. 11, 2001,
attacks and has deployed several times
since then, conducting operations around
the world alongside its active-duty counter-
parts.
The 3rd Battalion, 20th Special Forces
represents the Florida National Guard as its
premier fighting force of highly trained spe-
cial operators and special operations sup-
port soldiers, capable of conducting uncon-
ventional warfare whenever and wherever
they are required. The 20th Special Forces
Group is one of two Special Forces Groups
in the National Guard.
Before this deployment, the battalion
spent three months training at Camp Blan-
ding Joint Training Center in Starke, Fla.
This localized training provided many of
the soldiers the opportunity to stay close to
their families in the months before the de-
ployment.
"Camp Blanding is right in our back-
yard," said Lt. Col. Don Lovelace, the bat-
talion commander. "It offered us the ability


to obtain the maximum training value to
prepare for combat operations."
"The training has been more detailed,
more time-focused, and more equipment,
emphasis and money has been focused on
this training," said Maj. Scott, a company
commander. "Myself and my soldiers are
more prepared for this mission we're going
to be doing downrange than any other de-
ployment I've been on."
In addition to their grueling training re-
quirements for the National Guard, the sol-
diers of the 3rd Battalion hold a variety of
civilian jobs in roles such as paramedics,
policemen, firefighters, doctors, teachers, a
banker, students and contractors, according
to Lovelace. These civilian skill sets provide
a benefit to the unconventional missions
they will conduct overseas.
"You've trained well, you've honed your
skills, you've met new tactics, techniques
and procedures, and you're ready," said Col.
Perry Hagaman, commander of the 83rd
Troop Command. "Your leadership is con-
fident. They've looked ahead, and they've
seen what's come before them."
Many of the soldiers have one or multiple
deployments already under their belts. This
experience, coupled with the rigorous train-
ing requirements of U.S. Army Special Forc-
es, ensures that the soldiers are prepared
as much as possible to perform the difficult


missions required of them.
"Many of these soldiers have trained their
entire career to conduct military operations
when called upon," Lovelace said.
Like any other unit, the soldiers of the
3rd Battalion, 20th Special Forces Group
will leave behind their loved ones while they
are overseas. The deployment of National
Guardsmen affects not only the families, but
also the employers and communities where
they come from. The Florida National Guard
makes every effort to address concerns and
make sure families are taken care of through
a network of family support groups.
Brig. Gen. Michael Fleming, the assistant
adjutant general for the Army, encouraged
all families, community members, employ-
ers and civic leaders present to continue to
show their support for the soldiers through-
out their deployment.
"Pray for their safety; pray for their fami-
lies; pray for wisdom," Fleming said. "Sup-
port them and let them know you're there
for them."
Already this year, the Florida National
Guard has mobilized 13 groups of soldiers
for deployments in support of Operation
Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring
Freedom. The Florida National Guard has
deployed more than 10,000 soldiers since
Sept. 11 while continuing to prepare at home
to respond to emergencies.


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Wecdnesclay, August 1 1, 2010


B4 | Crestview News Bulletin


Election


Republican field heads to primary


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Michael Stewart
Crestview News Bulletin

Republican candidates
hoping to replace Okaloosa
County interim Sheriff Ed
Spooner met last Thurs-
day in a candidate forum at
Warrior's Hall in Crestview.
Each of the candidates
promised to restore integ-
rity and honesty to the de-
partment rocked by the 2009
conviction of former Sheriff
Charlie Morris on federal
charges stemming from an
employee bonus kickback
scheme.
The field of candidates
includes the deputy who
turned Morris in to the FBI,
a former Okaloosa sher-
iff's spokesman, a Florida
Highway Patrol supervisor,
a retired federal officer, a
former Fort Walton Beach
City Council member and a
recently retired Fort Walton
Beach Police department
captain.

Larry Ashley
Okaloosa County Chief
Deputy Larry Ashley has
worked for the sheriff 's of-
fice for more than 20 years.
He earned a bachelor's de-
gree in criminal justice and
a master's degree in public
administration.
Ashley first started out in
the patrol division, worked


Okaloosa and Walton coun-
ties.
Livingston called depu-
ties "the backbone" of the
sheriff's office and said he
would like to see the ad-
ministration reduced to put
more deputies out in the
community.
He said the sheriff's of-
fice budget needs to be
looked at closely to deter-
mine if taxpayers' burden
can be relieved.
"The main thing we are
going to have to do is to go
in and go through the bud-
get line item by line item,"
Livingston said. "We need
to see what can be cut and
what is being duplicated."
Livingston said his work
as a district supervisor has
required him to work with
multiple agencies and that
he will work to restore the
department's image.
"I want to bring some
ethical leadership into the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office."

Steven Menchel
Steven Menchel is a re-
tired federal agent of 38
years.
He served in the U.S.
Army and later worked with
the Secret Service at the
White House under Presi-
dent Nixon.
He spent 33 years with


the U.S. Customs Depart-
ment.
"'Twenty four of those 38
years, I was a senior execu-
tive manager with the gov-
ernment," Menchel said of
his time as a federal agent.
"I have been a law en-
forcement officer longer
than anyone on stage and
have also been a senior
manager for longer than
anyone on stage," Menchel
said at the forum.
Menchel promised to
make the sheriff's office
"transparent" and to post
the agency's budget online
if elected.
When questioned by
Hord, Menchel said he does
not, however, favor hav-
ing the Okaloosa Clerk of
Courts office serve as the
sheriff 's finance and payroll
officer.
"As a senior manager
of over 24 years, I person-
ally feel it is a bad idea,"
Menchel said. "I have the
budget knowledge and the
skill to manage my own
money."

Bill Patterson
Bill Patterson is a former
Seat 6 Fort Walton Beach
City Council member who
resigned June 14 to con-
centrate his efforts on the

See SHERIFF BS


Facing school challenges


LARRY
ASHLEY


as a K-9 officer and was
later promoted to the street
crimes division.
Some candidates ques-
tioned Ashley's ties to the
Morris administration and
asked how long he knew
about Morris' kick-back
scheme before going to the
FBI.
Ashley said he informed
federal authorities three
days after learning Morris
was handing out large bo-
nuses to some employees
and then asking some of the
money be returned.
Sheriff's candidate Ron
Livingston asked Ashley
how he can assert the in-
stitutional leadership of the
sheriff 's office was not taint-
ed by the Morris scandal.
"The whole reason we
are having a special elec-
tion tonight is because the
people inside the Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office dis-
covered what happened, in-
vestigated what happened
and took it to the FBI, the


IRS, the U.S. Attorney's Of-
fice, the FDLE and the State
Attorney's Office," Ashley
said. "Those independent
agencies decided who was
complicit and non-complicit.
But it was the Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office em-
ployees who brought that to
you, the people."

Rick Hord
Sheriff 's office Sgt. Rick
Hord is a former spokes-
man for the Okaloosa Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office who has
worked the past couple of
years as a patrol division
supervisor.
He has a master's de-
gree in public administra-
tion. Although much of his
career was spent working
in the private sector side of
law enforcement, Hord said
he has more than 21 years
experience in the field.
Hord said he volun-
teered for five years with
the Marine Patrol Auxiliary,
where he worked his way up


to a rank of major, served
as the Okaloosa sheriff's
spokesman and was a law
enforcement instructor for
the state of Florida.
"Every recruit at every
academy in Florida studies
from the textbook I had a
hand in writing," Hord said.
Hord promised to bring
a new, refreshing attitude to
the sheriff's office.
"The number one reason
that sheriff is a great job is
because you, the citizens,
get to select a role model
for every deputy that serves
the taxpayers of Okaloosa
County," Hord said.

Ron Livingston
Ron Livingston is a
fourth generation law en-
forcement officer.
He has worked with the
Florida Highway Patrol for
19 years. For the last seven
of those 10 years, Livings-
ton has worked as a district
supervisor out of the Crest-
view office, overseeing both


Brjon Hughes
brianh~crestviewbulletin.com

After a voter meet-and-
greet period, last Thurs-
day night's school board
:andidaaks'ieforum bgn
by Deputy Superinten-
"'7- RdnehoN~obles ofruhce
ture needs that would be
addressed by the success-
ful passage of the half-cent
sales tax on the August
ballot. Critical areas in-
clude both technology and
physical infrastructure.
"Kids today, when they
come to school, we don't
need to power them down,"
Nobles said. "We need to
power them up."
Priorities include wid-
ening bandwidth and pro-
viding more peripherals,
Nobles said, as well as ad-
dressing aging structures
and mechanical systems.
"We have 30 schools
that are 40 years old or
older," Nobles said. "As
schools age, we have to
maintain these schools."
Nobles assured vot-
ers there is nothing in the


....3 questions submitted by
Residents:
*Walker warned that
fewer than 200 student
"stations" remain in the
north end of the county,
while more than 1,200
RONY have opened up in the
south end. "We're going to
WALKER have to close some schools
the ventin the s uthsend and build
prov it.end," Walker said.
That re-
He also denounced
ance and
prjcsthe FCAT. I opposed it
be prori-when it started, and I still
:sales tax oUP~ su te Waler FsC dT
s. became the most impor-
kingon atant thing in the Florida
," said Hill.scolste ad o-
cnreasteu aose tha ." The statewide
infastuc-est is also gobbling uptoo
ayig mremuch money, he sa d. Its
Brock said.
Wiping along h bennteh I
go to sub- lion statewide.
." *Brock said, "I feel
engineer we're in a battle for our
and"Aculture citing changes
emergencyy such as renaming Christ-
the recent
Edge El- m vciitnon
ol ir on-to place the family church
1) and our'
ed."
individual See SCHOOL BS


DON DANNY
AMUNDS BENNETT


ELAINE DAVE
TUCKER PARISOT


planned sales tax increase
dedicated to personnel or
salaries. Michelle Styron,
a Crestview mother and
leader of the WAVE par-
ents' organization, also
spoke in favor of the sales
tax initiative.
"This really only costs
each individual in Okaloo-
sa County $50 a year," she
said. "What we are looking
at is mainly taxing tourists.
This is a one-time tax."
The alternative, Styron
said, could be raising prop-
erty taxes.
School board candi-
dates were incumbents
Rodney Walker (District 3)
and Howard Hill (District
5), and Paul Brock and
Melissa Thrush. They first
explained how they would
each fund the needs cov-
ered by the half-cent sales


tax increase in
voters do not apl
Each agreed
pairs, mainten;
infrastructure
would have to
tized should the
increase not pas
"WYe are wor
contingency plan,
"If you don't
more efficient
ture, you will be pi
in the long run," i
"We'll still be lim
and our kids will
standard schools
Thrush, an
by profession, wn
couple more e
incidents like (t
failure of the
ementary Schoc
ditioning system
funds are deplet
Addressing


Brian Hughes
brianh~crestviewbulletin.com

Candidates for the Dis-
trict 4 county commis-
sion seat, incumbent Don
Amunds and Danny Ben-
nett, faced off at a Thursday
night candidate forum in
Warrior's Hall in Crestview.
They were joined onstage
by District 2 county com-
mission hopefuls Elaine
Tucker and Dave Parisot.
The candidates began by
each addressing the issue of
federal nutrient water qual-
ity regulations that would be
imposed only on Florida and
no other state. 'Troy Univer-
sity educator Dennis Mitch-
ell, who asked the question,
noted the regulations would
cost the state $51 billion, in-
cluding $300 million in Oka-
loosa County alone.
All four candidates
agreed the issue was one of

hoe -ae vto ro sh ttle
for our citizens," Amunds
said, adding the regulations
would make the brand new
waste-water treatment
plant in the south end of
the county obsolete. "Don't
pick on Florida," he cau-
tioned federal regulators.
Because Florida is a "re-
ceiving state," with many of
its rivers being fed by Geor-
gia and Alabama, "If this is
imposed on Florida, we get
the task of cleaning up wa-
ter from other states," Pari-
sot said.
While Bennett urged
citizens to start calling
their state and federal rep-
resentatives, Tucker, a for-
mer county commissioner,
reminded voters their
water bills could increase
eight-fold. "They're going
to use Florida as an ex-
ample," she warned. "What


happens here is going to
happen across the nation."
In answer to individual
que tions.
*Amunds said "abso-
lutely not" when asked
if Tallahassee should set
growth management regu-
lations for communities.
"Property owners need
property rights," he said.
Amunds also defended
the new county contract with
Waste Management. The
county will obtain owner-
ship of a major waste dump
from the company as a re-
sult, he said. Waste Manage-
ment also offered the county
single-stream recycling,
making it easier for county
residents to recycle.
"Waste Management
was willing to step up and
let us get there on their
dollars, and not on tax dol-
lars," Amunds said.
*Addressing the issue
of having a family member
employed by the county if
she was a commissioner,
Tucker said it might be a
"slight conflict" if the fam-
ily member were a depart-
ment head. But overall, the
situation could be "a posi-
tive thing for the county,"
particularly if it was her
son or daughter, "because

mAsko i hseoh d ever vot-
ed for a tax increase while

eI~kewrer aine mmotsers, n
takes three votes to get any-
thing done. No single person
gets anything done.
The question arose

whe cnc dtetheoul nok
questions of each other.
Parisot asked Tucker how
she could claim not to vote
for a higher millage when

See COMMISSION BS


Katie Tommon
Florida Freedom Newspapers
With a little more than
two weeks until the Aug. 24
primary, debate about the
proposed half-cent sales
tax to benefit Okaloosa
County schools is heating
up.
The school board voted
4-1 in late April to put the
sales tax question on the
primary ballot. If passed,
the tax would generate an
estimated $131 million for
the district over its 10-year
lifespan.
Business leaders' re-
actions have been mixed.
All four chambers of com-
merce in the county sup-
port the measure, while
some individual business
owners are adamantly


against it.
"There's nothing right
now in this market that
makes sense about rais-
ing a sales tax ... to pay for
anything," said Craig Bar-
rett, who is the CEO and a
broker of NBI Properties,
which manages over 700
commercial properties
in Florida. "Don't go and
raise taxes on people that
are struggling."
Barrett, an Okaloosa
County native and gradu-
ate of Choctawhatchee
High School, said he is all
for supporting education,
but thinks the school dis-
trict must trim its budget
further to generate the
revenue it needs.
"Make the hard choic-
es. You may have to lay
some people off, but you've


got to do what you've got
do," he said. "The money's
already there to meet all
these needs. They've just
got to make the necessary
cuts."
Local business owners
have made difficult deci-
sions because of this econ-
omy, he said.
"The county, in my
opinion, it's like a child
that has never grown up.
They keep coming back
and asking the parents for
more money," Barrett said.
"They need to live within
their means."
Chad Hamilton, chair-
man of the board for
the Greater Fort Walton
Beach Chamber of Com-
merce, sees the sales tax
differently.
"Unquestionably the


need is there, and based
on the sources and uses
of tax revenues and fund-
ing for our schools, this
is the only way we're go-
ing to be able make the
necessary investments to
maintain our facilities and
to gain the technology,"
said Hamilton, a certi-
fied public accountant for
O'Sullivan Creel, LLE! "I
do a lot of recruiting, and
one of the things that we
make a claim on is we
have a fantastic school
system ... our school sys-
tem and maintaining it at
a high level is incredibly
important for business re-
tention."
The Fort Walton Beach
chamber, like others

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SEarly voting runs through Aug. 21


SCH00L from page B4


Wecdnesclay, August 11, 2010


Crestview News Bulletin | B5


From staff reports

Early voting for the Aug. 24
primary began Monday and runs
through Aug. 21.
This year, the Okaloosa County
supervisor of elections has set
new hours for voters' convenience.
Polls will be open from 10 a.m. to
6 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
and Friday and from 7 a.m. to
3 p.m. Wednesday and Saturday.
Early voters can cast ballots at
the University of Florida Research
and Engineering Education
Facility in Shalimar, the Robert
L.E Sikes Library in Crestview and
the supervisor of elections office in
Crestview.
Eligible photo identification
includes:
a) Florida driver license
b) Florida identification


card issued by the Department
of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles
c) United States passport
d) Debit or credit card
e) Military identification
f) Student identification
g) Retirement center
identification
h) Neighborhood association
identification
i) Public Assistance
identification
If the photo identification does
not include a signature, additional
identification with signature is
required.
Florida Election Facts
Florida is a closed primary state.
When voters get their ballot for
the primary, the ballot will contain
only candidates in the party that


they are registered with, in addition
to the nonpartisan races. Unlike
some other states that have open
primaries, Florida voters cannot
choose their party on Election Day.
Voters registered with no party
affiliation will only have nonpartisan
candidates on their primary ballot.
Voter Registration for the
primary closed on July 26,
however, voters can still update
their address even at the polling
place. The voter must vote in the
precinct of their current address.
Voters can now check their
voter registration, absentee ballot
status and polling place location
online. The website address
is http://regi stration.election.
myflorida.com. That information
can also be accessed on the main
Division of Elections website,
Elections.myflorida.com.


ANN SPANN | Crestview News Bulletin
CANDIDATE FORUM: Sheriff candidate Rick Hord, left, talks
with a citizen during a candidate forum in Crestview.


SnElRrF ifrm page 84


in a three-year period she
voted "for a tax millage
higher than the roll-back
rate."
"I never raised the
millage rate," Tucker
responded. "The mill-
age rate never increased
while I was a commis-
sioner," she said, turning
the conversation to her
aims for improving prop-
erty values in the wake of
the gulf oil spill.
*To help alleviate traf-
fic congestion, Parisot
spoke in favor of making
State Road 85 six lanes
wide from State Road 123
to Crestview, four-laning
RJ. Adams Parkway and
building an interchange at
Interstate 10 and Antioch
Road.
He also said if any coun-
ty department was to offer
merit bonuses to its em-
ployees, it should be done
under a written policy and
would be a matter of public
record.
Spending can be de-
creased, he said, by con-
solidating departments,
cutting management staff,


Aug. 24 primary.
Patterson, who served 28
years in the U.S. Air Force,
moved to Okaloosa County
37 years ago while assigned
to Hurlburt Field, and made
the area his home.
Among other things,
Patterson said he handled
special investigations while
assigned to the Air Force
security police.
He has earned degrees
in industrial management,
maintenance management,
logistics and criminal jus-
tice.
"There is no other candi-
date up here that is going to
bring that to you. Iam bring-
ing you a very wide, diversi-
fied level of experience."
When asked why, when
he was recently elected as
a council member, he would
turn around and run for
sheriff, Patterson said serv-
ing in the post has been "a
lifelong dream."
Patterson, who made an
unsuccessful run for sheriff
against Morris in 2008, said
many questions of impro-
priety that ultimately led
to Morris' arrest were first
brought up by him during
the 2008 campaign.
"The hardest thing to do
at that time was to convince
the people of Okaloosa
County that Charlie Morris
was taking them for a ride,"
Patterson said.

Tony Taylor
Tony Taylor retired from
the Fort Walton Beach Po-
lice Department at the end
of July with more than 33
years on the force.
He worked under nine
different police chiefs dur-
ing that time and saw "good
and bad administrations."
He worked his way up
through the department
and held "every rank in the
agency.
He retired as a captain,
the highest rank in the de-
partment short of the chief
of police.
As a captain, he worked
nine years in the patrol divi-
sion and two years in sup-
port services.
He also served as the ac-
creditation manager for the
department.
"I am bringing these 33
years of management ex-
perience to you, the citizens
of Okaloosa County," Taylor
said.
When asked if he would
have spent the $500,000
it cost to get the sheriff's
office accredited, Taylor
called the amount "an in-
credible figure."
Without knowing more
specifies of how the money
was spent, however, Taylor
said he could not speak to
whether or not the amount
was too high.
Taylor called accredita-
tion "a good deal" in gener-
al though because it proves
a law enforcement agency
has set itself to a higher
standard.


DEBATE
At one point during the
forum, Ashley was asked


if he would go on record
promising that deputies
who supported other can-
didates would not lose their
jobs if he is elected.
"No ma'am, I will not go
on record promising that,"
Ashley replied to a panel
member posing the ques-
tions. "I will go on record
promising that those folks
that are productive in the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office and uphold the image
that I believe the sheriff's
office should have (won't
lose their jobs)."
Patterson said if he knew
about problems with Morris
in 2008, others must have
known as well.
"If I knew it, then the
staff of the Okaloosa Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office should
known it and they should
have done something about
it sooner."
Menchel said there is
still a problem as the sher-
iff's office.
"I have been leading
the charge to discuss the
current corruption in the
sheriff's office," Menchel
said. "Not the corruption of
Charlie Morris but the cor-
ruption under the current
administration."
Ashley said, however,
the sheriff's office is not the
same today as it was under
Morris.
"I am in the enviable po-
sition of telling you all the
good things the sheriff's of-
fice has done," Ashley said
at they start of the forum.
'And my opponents are go-
ing to try and tell you all the
bad things the sheriff's of-
fice has done. Remember,
this is the new Okaloosa
County Sheriff 's Office."
Menchel and Livingston
both said there are too few
deputies patrolling north
Okaloosa County and that
they would fix the problem.
"The south end of the
county has a pretty ade-
quate amount of coverage,"
Livingston said. "The north
end has not. It hasn't for a
while."
Ashley said that is not
true. He said 55,000 people
live north of Shoal River in
Okaloosa County and that
135,000 residents reside
south of Shoal River.
"We have 23 percent of
your sheriff's office work-
force, assigned 55 depu-
ties -to the north end, with
77 percent of the workforce
assigned to south end."
Some 37,200 calls were
serviced in the north end
and l98,000, or 84 percent, in
the south end, Ashley said.
"You are privileged to
live in a low crime area," he
said.
If one candidate earns
51 percent or better of the
votes in the primary, that
person will move on to the
November general election.
If not, the two candidates
with the most votes will face
off in a runoff election,
The winner will face
Democratic challenger
Brian Sparling, and two
candidates with no party af-
filiation, Cesar Morales and
Robert Thacker Jr.


ANN SPANN | Crestview News Bulletin
CAMPAIGNING: Elaine Tucker, left, a candidate for the Okaloosa County
Commissioner District 2 seat, hands out campaign materials and speaks with
voters during a Thursday candidate forum.


reducing the size of the
county vehicle fleet, and
sharing equipment with lo-
cal municipalities.
*While Bennett agreed
consolidating emergency
9-1-1 dispatch service
throughout the county
might save money, it will


be a matter of gaining the
cooperation of the various
emergency services agen-
cies. Right now, he said,
"local firemen don't agree"
with the proposal. "We'll
need to get with the fire
and police."


the budget, Bennett said
that "coming from the out-
side looking in, you can see
things that need to be cut,
and from a less emotional
position." Selling off some
of the county's vehicle
fleet would be one area he


Discussing trimming would address.


and schools working to-
gether," he said. "I think
it's time to push back a
little bit" against what he
termed "political correct-
ness in our schools.
Brock also supported
the half-cent sales tax.
"I'm a fiscal conserva-
tive," Brock said. "The
half-cent sales tax is dem-
ocratic because it is levied
on everybody. Even illegal
aliens will pay it.
*Thrush, responding
to a voter's question, said
she, as a mother, approved
of teaching sex education
in schools, as long as in-
struction was "age appro-
priate" and "based on the
science of sex education.
She also advocated
streamlining school bus
routes to reduce unnec-
essary travel, noting that
transportation costs take
up a substantial part of
the district's budget.
Lamenting the loss of

and mneddiamsupcialits ers
pecially in elementary and
middle schools, Thrush


promised voters "I am
here for the long haul. I
will be walking this walk
with you.,,
*Hill reminded voters
of the "right-size amend-
ment" on the November
ballot that will add badly
needed flexibility to the
class size amendment. The
state has so far spent $16
billion implementing the
class size amendment, and
"It hasn't really improved
students' education.
Hill also reminded the
audience that he had vot-
ed against putting the half-
cent sales tax increase on
the ballot because he felt
its 12-year duration "is too
long." He was in favor of a
5-year tax period.
During the past three
years, the school board
has made $304 million
in budget cuts, Hill said.
Many were based on 44
recommendations made
by a citizens' committee,
bu eachh nde ha a tade
to weigh each one to see
what the trade off is."


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Rodney Walker, at left, is the incumbent candidate in
the District 3 school board race.


in the county, passed a
resolution earlier this
summer supporting the
sales tax after studying
the school district's plan
for use of the money.
Hamilton said he
knows firsthand the im-
portance of the projects.
About a week before
classes were set to start,
the chiller went out at
Edge Elementary School,
where Hamilton's child is
a student.
The district intended
to repair the chiller, but
the damage was too ex-
tensive. Bill Smith, the
district's facilities direc-
tor, said at a workshop
Thursday that the district


had to lease a chiller be-
cause a replacement will
take about three months
to make and install. By
the time the new chiller
is installed at the school,
Smith anticipated the to-
tal costs at $600,000 and
$700,000.
During that same dis-
cussion, Smith also said
that the chiller systems at
Elliot Point and Mary Es-
ther elementary schools
are on their last legs.
It's situations like those
that have pushed parents
like Yvonne Freeman and
Jessica Jarosz to support
the sales tax.
In addition to paying for
renovations to buildings,


the tax revenue also will
help Okaloosa students
keep up with their peers
across the country.
"It provides our kids
with the opportunity to
compete," said Jarosz,
who oversees the Fort
Walton Beach chapter of
WAVE (We All Value Edu-
cation), which is promot-
ing the sales tax.
The revenue would be
used only for capital proj-
ects, such as updating
technology and infrastruc-
ture in the schools, said
Freeman, who is WAVE's
chairwoman. None of the
money could be moved
in the district's operating
fund.


"I think everyone's
concerned about every
tax ... but we have to ap-
proach it as we have to
do something," Freeman
said. "If you look at the
condition of our schools
and look at the ages of our
schools, you have to select
some sort of option to keep
our school district healthy,
and this is the best option
that we as a community
recommend."
Voters approved a
1-cent sales tax for the
school district in 1995. The
tax generated about $71.6
million over four years to
build Antioch Elementary,
Davidson Middle and Des-
tin Middle schools.


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a clean, open and bright new look in
the store, with wider aisles, low-pro-
file shelving and a bright interior
paint scheme, with updated lighting
and easy-to-read signs to help cus-
tomers find the products they need.
"We are excited to bring an im-
proved shopping experience to our
customers," said store manager Pat-
rick Riley. "We listened to our cus-
tomers and are redesigning the store
to make shopping at Walmart even
easier," he added.
Every department of the store will
be updated, including all-new shelv-
ing, signs, flooring and product as-


sortment. The store will also feature
a new layout designed to make shop-
ping for everyday items easier and
faster by aligning the products cus-
tomers purchase most.
The store will stay open during
the renovations, including all de-
partments and services. Maps of the
store layout will be available at the
entrance, and directional signs will
be throughout the store. The major-
ity of construction and moving will be
completed overnight to make shop-
ping easier for customers.
Remodeling is expected to be
completed in November.


Realtors.
She is the new site
sales manager for the
Silver Springs subdivi-
sion in the Crestview
area; come visit with her.

LiZ Wilson
Liz joined the Henry
team as our designer.
She is in our Sales De-
sign Center at our base
office, 4229 U.S. Highway
90 E. in Pace. She gradu-
ated from Louisiana Tech
University with a Bache-
lor of Fine Arts in interior
design and is a licensed
Florida interior designer
and an allied member of
the American Society of
Interior Designers, with
more than 30 years' ex-
perience in residential,
hospitality and commer-
cial settings.
Although Wilson has
lived and worked as a li-
censed interior designer
in other parts of the U.S.
- including the Pacific
Northwest, Midwest and
Rocky Mountains, she
has lived in Santa Rosa
County since 1998 and
acquired her profes-
sional Florida license in
1997 before moving
here. Over the years,
Wilson's design work has
been featured in local
and national periodicals,
and she would be a great
contact for all your new
home design needs.

'lb contact any of
these individuals or an-
other team member of
Henry Company Homes,
call us at 800-42HENRY
or go to our website to
see our many subdivi-
sions in Santa Rosa,
Escambia and Okaloosa
counties.


personal income. Specifically:
*For every $3,491 spent on pub-
lic libraries from public funding
sources in Florida, one job (in the
economy, not just in libraries) is
created.
*For every dollar of public sup-
port spent on public libraries in
Florida, Gross Regional Product
(the value of all goods and services
produced in the state) increases
by $10.57.
*For every dollar of public sup-
port spent on public libraries in
Florida, wages increase by $22.97.
When visiting their librar-
ies, public library users generate
"halo" spending. This is the result
of combining trips to libraries with
other activities such as shopping,
eating at restaurants, visiting a
coffee shop, etc. Spending by li-
brary users visiting other places
during their trips averages $47.90.
Public library users agree the lo-
cal public library is an essential
service to the community. In fact,
Florida library users most desire
a public library for their street, as
compared to a police station, park,
job center or elementary school.
The study, conducted for the


Florida Department of State's Di-
vision of Library and Information
Services, provides an analysis of
return on investment at the state
level, as well as estimates for indi-
vidual Florida counties and shows
Florida's public libraries ROI in-
creased from $6.54 in 2004 to $8.32
in 2008. The report shows both an
estimated ROI for each county's
libraries, as well as economic im-
pact results for their spending in
each Florida county.
The ROI figures range from a
rough estimate of $2.58 for each
dollar invested in Lee County to
$30.35 for each dollar in Holmes
County. It should be noted that
these ROI figures do not neces-
sarily reflect upon the efficiency of
library operations in that a lower
number is "bad" and a higher
number "good." Instead, they
demonstrate that even a small
investment that keeps a library
in existence within a community,
no matter that community's size,
yields an extremely high value to
that community.
The full report and information-
al brochure are available at http://
dli s.do s.state .fl.us/bld/ro i/.


From Staff Reports

Locke joinS
TOStefully Simple
Lindsey Locke of
Crestview has become an
independent consultant
with Tastefully Simple
Inc., a national direct
mal o mpand i unsrng
easy-to-prepare foods. As
an independent business
owner, Locke offers
deliiu fo d Iape a
hori ot te-oesstn np rt s,
along with easy ideas for
everyday meals, recipes'

and fu A o .TagsT fully
Simple's products are
open-and-enjoy or can be
prepared by adding only
one or two ingredients.
"In today's world, 'staying
in' has become the new
'going out!' You don't
have to leave home to
enjoy wonderful food, fun
and laughter with your
family and friends," said
Jill Blashack Strahan
Tastefully Simple Inc.'
founder and CEO. "That's
why we're proud to offer
great experiences, easy-
to-prepare products and
an exciting business
opportunity for people
whoeatre looking for
For more information


parties or starting your
own Tastefully Simple
business, contact Lindsey
Lcke at l_rapsavage@


Ul COast
Wilbert receiveS

prestigious award
Wilbert Ekneral
Services Inc. announced
recently that Gulf Coast
Wilbert of Crestview
has achieved the status
of Ultimate Service
Provider, the highest
service honor one can
achieve as a Wilbert
licensee. Only licensees
that score in the top 15
percent on the rigorous
quality and graveside
service evaluations are


eligible for the award.
Among the standards
that are rated by WFSI
field service engineers
are the condition of the
equipment and materials,
the appearance of the
personnel and the quality
of the Wilbert burial vaults.
This is the first time that
Gulf Coast Wilbert has
been honored with this
award. Gulf Coast Wilbert
is the first Wilbert licensee
in Florida to attain this
designation.
"The entire Wilbert
licensee organization
supports funeral service
and strives to set the
standard for service in the
funeral profession," said
Tony Colson, president of
Wilbert Ekneral Services.
"David Chapman and his
team have demonstrated
the outstanding service
performance that puts
them in the upper
echelon of their peers. It
is through relationships
with dedicated funeral
home customers in
northern Florida that this
organization is able to
achieve this prestigious
honor."
David Chapman,
president of Gulf Coast
Wilbert, said, "Each year,
we look forward to the
audit from Wilbert Ekneral
Services. Our goal has
been to not only achieve
the Ultimate Service
Provider honor but to show
improvement in quality
and service each and
every year." He continued,
"Our customers are the
heart of our business, and
we realize a big part of our
success is a direct result of
their continued support."
Wilbert Ekneral
Services Inc. is the
leading single-source
supplier of burial vaults
and cremation-related
products and services
to North American
funeral homes. From
its offices in Broadview,
the company licenses
the right to manufacture
burial vaults under the
Wilbert trademark to a
network of more than 200
licensees and sublicensees
throughout North America.


great understanding of
what it takes to relocate
a family. We know how
important it is to find the
perfect location in a solid
community."
Shorey and her family
have lived in the Destin/
Santa Rosa Beach area
for the past seven years.
After a decade in retail
sales and also owning her
own photography business,
she decided to join her
husband at Re/Max and be
a member of "The Home
Team."
To buy or sell your next
home, call Bearinger or
Shorey at 837-1880.

GOWing 90fHS
ECCC promotion
The Emerald Coast
Conference Center proudly
announces the promotion
of Lindsay
Going to
the position
of events
supervisor. ,
Going
started *
her career ,,
at theLINDSAY
Emerald GOIG
Coast
Conference
Center in March 2003,
a month before the
center's grand opening.
She came to us from
the Emerald Coast
Tourism Development
Council, where she was
an information specialist.
Before her promotion, she
was event coordinator
and coordinated more
than 675 successful events
at the center, including
conferences, trade shows,
sporting events, concerts,
weddings and military
functions.
"Lindsay's vast
experience, attention
to detail and true
appreciation for every
customer makes her a
delight to have on staff,"
said Bill Leaman, general
manager,
In her new role as
events manager, Gowing
will provide overall
supervision of the Events
Division and perform
operational planning


for events held in the
Conference Center and
various operational
procedures.
Gowing grew up
here along our beautiful
Emerald Coast and
received her Bachelor
of Science and Business
Administration at the
University of West Florida.
Gowing's pleasant attitude
and ability to coordinate
spectacular events will
be helpful in her new
position supervising her
staff. Lindsay is a member
of Meeting Planners
International and is
working on her Certified
Meeting Professional
(CMP) designation, a
prestigious credential that
is recognized throughout
the meetings, conventions
and exhibitions industry.
Lindsay is married to
Tom Gowing and has
a beautiful daughter,
Payton. For more
information about
the Emerald Coast
Conference Center, visit
us at www.destin-fwb.
com/conference or e-mail
Igowingeco.okaloosa.
fl.us.

O'Sullivan Creel, LLP
named to Top 100
Best Companies TO
Work For in Florid0
O'Sullivan Creel, LLP
has been named one of
Florida's Best Companies
To Work For by Florida
Trend magazine.
One hundred
companies were
recognized in small,
medium and large
company categories. The
rankings the second
annual statewide Best
Companies list appear
in the August issue of
Florida Trend and on
FloridaTrend.com.
With offices across
the Gulf Coast, the
company is a full-service
accounting and consulting
firm. With more than 150
talented professionals,
the firm creates a culture
of ongoing education,
personal and professional
growth and long-term


success. O'Sullivan
Creel offers a flexible,
professional atmosphere,
excellent on-the-job
training, formal continuing
professional education,
cutting-edge technology
and diverse work
assignments.
The Best Companies
To Work For in Florida
program was created
by Florida Trend and
Best Companies Group
and endorsed by the HR
Flonida State Council.
Companies that chose to
participate in the Best
Companies To Work For in
Florida process underwent
a two-part survey process.
The first part consisted
of evaluating each
company's workplace
policies, practices,
philosophy, systems
and demographics. The
second part consisted
of an employee survey
to measure employee
satisfaction. The combined
scores determined the top
companies and the final
ranking. Best Companies
Group managed the
overall registration, survey
and analysis process
and determined the final
rankings. Companies
were not required to
pay a participation fee
to go through the online
assessment process.
"For our coverage this
year, we looked carefully
at the survey results to
focus on the practices
that distinguish the best
companies from the
rest. The surveys show
that while employees
like 'bells and whistles'
types of benefits, the
companies that make the
list all are very good at
the basics especially at
communicating with their
employees and offering
training and opportunities
to work creatively. This
year's stories are a
great how-to guide for
companies looking to
improve," said Mark
Howard, executive editor.
For a complete list of
the 100 Best Companies to
Work For in Florida, go to
www.FloridaTrend.com/
BestCompanies.


CARTER DONNY
BEARINGER SHOREY

Re/Max Southern
Rea ty we comes
new agents
Re Max Southern
Realty is proud to
announce the arrival of
Carter Bearinger and
Donna Shorey to the
Destin office of their real
estate family.
Bearinger has lived in
Santa Rosa Beach with
his family for the past
two years. They began
vacationing along the
Emerald Coast 20 years
ago. Soon after their first
visit, Bearinger started
buying, selling and renting
condominiums. Since then,
he has purchased several
long-term and short-term
rental properties, as well
as vacation homes and
finally a primary home.
He is very familiar with
this market, from rental
property to finding the
perfect home for a family.
Bearinger said, "My
wife and I have moved
with our eight children
across the country
several times, and I have


CrestVie W 0 mad OnnOUnCOS changes


Henry Company Homes

announces new team members


InnOVntive deSign to improve

Shopping experience

Special to the News Bulletin

The Crestview Walmart, on South
Ferdon Boulevad, recently began an
extensive renovation.
The store will receive a full remod-
el from the inside out and will repre-
sent the latest in Walmart's store de-
sign and customer experience, store
officials said.
The new design is based on feed-
back from customers and will feature


Special to the News Bulletin

L0WFOncO B0nk
Lawrence has lived in
the Navarre/Fort Walton
Beach area most of his
life. He was actually born
on Eglin Air Force Base,
so he can relate to the mil-
itary needs for housing.
He is the new site sales
manager for the Harvest
Point and Miller's Bluff
subdivisions, which are
in the Navarre area. With
Bonk living here as long
as he has, he would be a
great contact for the area,
not to mention a great
contact for the military.

Debbie Mock
Debbie Mock has
lived in the Bluewater
Bay, Niceville area with
her husband of 37 years,
Mike, and her two chil-
dren and three grand-
children, since 2001.
She has the follow-
ing credits to her name:
graduated from the Real
Estate Institute and an
Accredited Buyers Rep-
resentative; licensed in
real estate in Flonida
since February 2002; has
had her broker's license
since 2005; has earned
an Agent of the Month
designation; secretary
to Women's Counselor
of Realtors in 2004 and
treasurer in 2005; mem-
her of the Emerald Coast
Association of Realtors,
the Flonida Associa-
tion of Realtors and the
National Association of
Realtors since Febru-
ary 2002; served on the
Grievance Committee,
MLS Committee and the
Legislative Committee
for the Emerald Coast of


Flonida public libraries provide $8.32 return


OH Investment for every $1 in tax support


Special to the News Bulletin

A study recently released by
the Haas Center for Business Re-
search and Economic Develop-
ment, University of West Florida,
reveals public libraries return
$8.32 in value for every tax dollar
received.
Santa Rosa County sees a re-
turn on investment (ROI) estimat-
ed at $17.02. In Okaloosa County,
the ROI is $10.03, according to
the study. The ROI figures dem-
onstrate how even a small invest-
ment yields an extremely high
value for our community. Resi-
dents can find Santa Rosa County-
specific report information and
measure their own personal eco-
nomic ROI when visiting a county
library by using the online calcula-
tor at http ://haas.uwf.edu/library/
county data/santarosa.htm.
Key findings of the study, titled
"Taxpayer Return on Investment
in Florida Public Libraries (2010),"
document that Florida libraries
contribute significantly to the Flor-
ida economy. Economic benefits
extend to job creation, generation
of Gross Regional Product, and


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,, Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
NWIuNC~EMElNI% 7-22-10, 2010 and en-
ega~derisng tered In Case NO.
:lassified Notices 46-2008-CA-004751 of
publicc Notices/ the Circuit Court of the
announcementss FIRST Judicial Circuit
Brpools & In and for OKALOOSA
es areon County, Florida
appy Adswherein THE BANK OF
personals NEW YORK, AS TRUS-
oest TEE FOR THE BENE-
:ound FIT OFTHE
C ERT IFI-
SCATEHOLDERS ,
1100 CWABS, INC., ASSET
BACKED CERTIFl-
t101244 CATES
SERIES 2007-BC3, Is
THE CRCUIT the Plaintiff and JAMES
)URT OF THE H. COBB, Ill; DEBRA L.
r JUDCIALCIR- COBB: are the Defend-
T UDICILCR ants, Iwill sell to the
CUIT FO highest and best bid-
N AN FOR der for cash at
OOSACOUTY, WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
FORECLOSE .COM
IVIL CTION at 11:00AM, on the 8
3ANK F NEWday of September,
BANK OF NEW 2010, the following de-
HEASBENTERUTT OFscrbed property as set
forth In said Final Judg-
ment:
R T IF I-

E HINL DEARS LOT 15, SCRANTON
D CERI~l-ESTATES REPLAT OF
BLOCK A, A SUBDIVI-
2007-BC3SION AS PER MAP OR
Plaitif LAT THEREOF, RE-
.CORDED IN PLAT
-CA0075 N..BOOK 13, PAGE 47,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
DII-ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 138 SCRANTON
H. OB, IletSTREET, FORT WAL-
TON BEACH, FL 32547
Defedants). Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus
from the sale, If any,
)TIC OFRE- other than the property
TICE F RE- owner as of the date of
DULEEDFAOE- the Lls Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
Somehingand the seal of this
BO~llilgCourton July 26, 2010.

000d Fof Don" W. owrd
Clerk of the Circuit
Court

0B~ff0W uty r nk

Publish In Crestylew
News Bulletin
Invoice To:
SFlorida Default Law
IECYCI.El GroupPL.
.* PO. Box25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
~PF08064056-COUNTRY-CO
NV B/C-
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act**
IMPORTANT

In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-

0 ~Itles Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
O A I tlon to participate In
this proceeding should


|1100
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestylew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.
08-04-10
08-11-10


Le I # 101245

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,

CIVIL ACTION

CHASE HOME Fl-
NANCE LLP

CASE NO.: 2008 CA
000265 C
ON. DIVI -
THOMAS PATTERSON
TAERSTHOMASA A
THOMAS GLENN PAT-
TERSON ,et al

Defendant(s).


SNHOE EODFFROE-E-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
tueu 24,C 210Nand200n-

uA 0 25 oC tohethe lRC
Judicial Circuit In and
for OKALOOSA

uneren CHASE FHOrdE
lNAtNCE aLdLC,TIsO t
PATTERSON A/K/A
THOMANK TH PATMEA


ERNSNTI PPATTTERRSSON
A/K/A CHRISTI L. PAT-
TERSON: are the De-
fendants, Iwill sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
CRESTVIEW. IN
FRONT OF THE
CLERK'S OFFRO T
OKALOOSA COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at

of: Agst, 20t1h0e t~he fl
lowing described prop-
erty as set forth In said
Final Judgment:

LOT 22, BLOCK C,
PARK PLACE V, AC-
CORDING TO THE


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PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 14, PAGE 29,
PUBLIC RECORDS
OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

A/K/A 164 NICOLE
LANE, CRESTVIEW, FL
325390000

Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus
from the sale, If any,
Other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lls Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on July 23, 2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
Publish In Crestylew
News Bulletin
Invoice To:
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
PO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
FO7066753-CHASEDI-
RECT-VA-
**See Americans with
Disabllties Act**
IMPORTANT

In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
Itles Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tlon to participate In
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestylew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.





Legal # 101246
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION

COAUNNTRYWID RVHONMGE
L.P
Plaintiff


CASE NO
46-2008-CA-006462
vs


|1100
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on 7-23, 2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:K Brown
Deputy Clerk
Publish In Crestylew
News Bulletin
Invoice To: Florida De-
fault Law Group, PL.
PO. Box25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
F 08 09 4 04 5
COUNTRY-CONV B/C-
**See Americans with
Disabllties Act
IMPORTANT

In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabllties Act, per-
sons with disabllties
needing special ac-
commodation to partic-
Ipate In this proceeding
should contact Court
Administration at 101
James Lee Boulevard
East, Crestylew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.
08-04-10
08-11-10


Legal # 101250
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION

WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,


C6-2EO9-CA-001727 N.
vs.

DIVISION

MATTHEW E. GAR-
LAND, et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a FI-
gelJudgmen or clMorte
dated July 26, 2010
and entered In Case
N o
46-2009-CA-001727 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
In and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida


|1100
wherein WELLS
FARGO BANK, NA, Is
the Plaintiff and MAT-
THEW E. GARLAND:
DALLAS D. MAY: ANY
AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UN-
DER, AND AGAINST
THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANT-
EES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS: are the
Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
FORECLOSE .COM
at 11:00AM, on the 7
day of Sept., 2010, the
following described
property as set forth In
said Final Judgment:
LOT 1, BLOCK S,
EASTWOOD EIGHTH
ADDITION, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 5, PAGE 109,
PUBLIC RECORDS
OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

A/K/A 528
JUANITA DRIVE, DES-
TIN, FL 32541

Any person
claiming an interest in
the surplus from the
sale, if any, other than
the property owner as
of the date of the Lis
Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on 7-26, 2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:KBrown
Deputy Clerk


Publleln Crestylew
Invoice To: Florida De-
fault Law Group, PL.
PO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
F 09 03 15 2 5
NMNC-SPECFNMA-
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT

In accordance
with the Americans with
Chsabillt th Act ablers

needing special ac-
commodation to partic-
Ipate In this proceeding
should contact Court
Administration at 101
James Lee Boulevard
East, Crestylew, FL,


|1100
Legal # 101253
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

TDA Case #: 2010 TD
000010C

Notice Is hereby given
that Dick Bresee, Kelth
Bresee, or Farrar Mc-
Nalr, as holders of the
following certificate,
have filed said certifl-
cate for a Tax Deed to
be Issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of Issuance, the
name In which the
property Is assessed
and the description of
the property Is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 2007 of
1787 Assessed to:
Charley Christensen
Description: NORTH
HILL S/D LOT 9 BLK 1
913/166
Parcel ID#:
07-3N-23-1760-0001-
0090 Opening Bld:
$1,566.51
All of said property be-
Ing In the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Ida.

Unless the certificate Is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed In the certifl-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder In the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestylew, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Septem-
ber 14, 2010.

Dated this 6th day of
August, 2010.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa Gula
8-11-10
8-18-10
8-25-10
9-1-25


Legal # 120647
IN THE CIRCUIT

FIRCSOUJDOCFATL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY
CASE NO. 2010 CA
003610S

NOTICE OF ACTION

BRANCH BANKING
AND TRUST COM-
PANY (BB&T),
Plaintiff,

vs.

THOMAS B. HENRY
JR, et.al.
Defendants.

TO: MICHAEL D.
GREER
Whose residence Is:
UNKNOWN

If alive, and If dead, all
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DIVISION

JOHN W. RYMER, JR.
et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
7-22, 2010 and entered
In Case NO.
46-2008-CA-006462 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
In and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein COUNTRY-
WIDE HOME LOANS
SERVICING, L.P Is the
Plaintiff and JOHN W.
RYMER, JR.; THE UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
JOHN W. RYMER, JR.
N/K/A DIANE O.
RYMER; WACHOVIA
BANK, NA; DOLPHIN
POINT CONDOMINIUM
ASSOCIATION OF
DESTIN, INCORPO-
RATED: are the De-
fendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
FORECLOSE.CMat
11:00AM, on the 3 day
of September, 2010,
the following described
property as set forth In
said Final Judgment:

THAT CONDOMINIUM
PARCEL KNOWN AS
UNIT NO. 301-A OF
DOLPHIN POINT, A
CONDOMINIUM, AC-
CORDING TO THE
DECLARATION OF
CONDOMINI UM
THEREOF, AS RE-
CORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 877
AT PAGES 653
THROUGH 746, OF
THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
TOGETHER WITH AN
UNDIVIDED INTER-
EST IN THE COMMON
ELEMEUNTRST EIFN AAN

THERETO, SUBJECT
TO AND IN ACCORD-
ANCE WITH THE
COVENANTS, CONDI-
TIONS, RESTRIC-
TIONS, TERMS AND
OTHER PROVISIONS
OF SAID DECLARA-
TION

A/K/A 30
MORENO POINT
#301-A, DESTIN, FL
32541

Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus
from the sale, If any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lls Pendens must
file a claim within sixty


1100
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.
08-11-10
08-18-10


Legal # 101251
NOTICE OF APPLICA--
TION FOR TAX DEED

00DA01Case #: 2010 TD

Notice Is hereby given
that Jimmy T & Debra
A Moss, as holders of
thhe follo ing certfic te
have fl sald ce 1l-
cate for a Tax Deed to
be Issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of Issuance, te
name In wi te
property Is assessed
and the description of
the property Is as fol-
Cwrsificate # 2008 of

U9L5F BAYs se LANoD
INC

DAKGRcOVE StD Nnd
r T O 17 BLK I#
17-1S-22-1850-0001-
0 9A3 Opening Bld:
All of said property be-
Ing In the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Ida.

Unless the certificate Is
redeerned according dt
lateproperty e
srb Il Ine the tcer ll
highest bidder In the
BCC Board Meeting
aom at thoOr uoossea

Cesty ew, Flord eapte

ber 14 2010.

Dated this 6th day of

AON W.2HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Gula, DC
08-11-10
08-18-10
08-25-10
09-1-10


Legal# 101252

INT FEORFTAX PDL-

TDA Case #: 2010 TD
000012 S

Notice Is hereby given
that Jimmy T & Debra
A Moss, as holders of
the following certificate
have filed said certifl-
cate for a Tax Deed to
beIsed th ren Th







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OKALOOSA COUNTY, Interest In the surplus 7-26, 2010 and entered I ;;;~;;;;;r
FLORIDA. from the sale, If any, In Case NO. 2007 CA 3100 -Antiques
other than the property 003538 S of the Circuit 3110-Appliances
A/K/A 32 7TH AVENUE owner as of the date of Court of the FIRST Ju- 90Arts&Csrafts
#118, SHALIMAR, FL the Lls Pendens mutdca ici nadfr3140-Babytmns
32579 file a claim within sixty OKALOOSA County, 3150 -Building Supplies
(60) days after the sale. Florida wherein U.S. 3160 -Business
Any person claiming an WITNESS MY HAND BANK NATIONAL AS- Equipment
Interest In the surplus and the seal of this SOCIATION AS TRUS- 3170 -Collectibles
from the sale, If any, Court on 7-26, 2010. TEE FOR SAIL 2006-3, _18 Coempt tn
other than the property Is the Plaintiff and ROB- 200 Firewood
owner as of the date of Don W. Howard ERT EDWARD 3210 Free Pass it On
the Lls Pendens must Clerk of the Circuit SCONIERS: TINA MA- 3220 -Furniture
file a claim within sixty Court RIE SCONIERS: are the 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
(60) days after the sale. Defendants, I will sell to 3240 -Guns
By:K. Brown the highest and best Goo0 HaThmFgtns t E
WITNESS MY HAND Deputy Clerk bidder for cash at 3270 -Jeweiry/Clothn s
and the seal of this SHALIMAR: IN FRONT 3280- Machinery/
Court on 7-26, 2010. Florida Default Law OF CLERK S FRONT Equipment
Group, PL. DOOR OF SHALIMAR 3290 -Medical Equipment
eonlV. Howar eO CrutP0Box 25018 lrd ANNE8X atd l:00AM epn 30 iclal eosts
Court 33622-5018 2010, the following de- Supplies
scribed property as set 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
By:K. Brown IMPORTANT forth In said Final Judg- 3340 Sporting Goods
Deputy Clerk In accordance with the ment: 3350 -Tickets (Buy &Sell)

Florida Default Law Il Amt ricaons witon)sah TREE E B ITICNSE3A
Group, PL. PO. Box disabilities needing IN SECTION 14,| 3220
25018 special accommoda- TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, Brand Name Queen
Tampa, Florida tron to participate In RANGE 24 WEST, AC- PlotpSt tl n
33622-518 thisproceeding should CORDING TO THEplsc fatr wr-
conac CurtAdins-PLAT THEREOF ASrat.Dlva.$15
IMPORTANT tration at 101 James REORED IN PLT 50471-0330al $7
In accordance with the Lee Boulevard East, BOOK 2, PAGE 81, OF
Americans with Disabil- Crestylew, FL, THE PUBLIC REC- Brand New King Mat-
Itles Act, persons with 32536-3515; telephone ORDS OF OKALOOSA tress w/box. (Pillowtop)
disabilities needing number (850) COUNTY, FLORIDA. Factory sealed. Cande-
special accommoda- 689-5000, Extension AND THE WESTERLY Ilver. Only $230.
tron to participate In 7497, prior to the pro- 25 FEET OF THE CITY 850-255-0123
this proceeding should ceeding. or Shallmar PARK LYING EAST OF Cer ero e.
conac Cur Amiis-(80)65-797or at AND CONTIGUOUS Solid Wood, never
tration at 101 James 1250 N. Eglin Parkway, WITH LOT 6, BLOCK uebadnwI a-
Lee Boulevard East, Shallmar, FL, 32579: C, AS SHOWN ON THE toy boxes. English
Cresylew FL telphoe nuberABOVE REFERENCED Dovetall. Orlignal cost
32536-3515; telephone (850) 651-7497, prior to RECORD PLAT AND $4500. Sell for $895.
number (850) the proceeding. CONVEYED BY THE Can deliver. (954)
689-5000, Extension CITY OF FORT WAL- 302-2423
7497, prior to the pro- 8/11/12010 TON BEACH TO LOT
ceeding, or Shallmar 8/18/2010 3, BLOCK C, IN RES- LEATHER LIVING RM
(850) 651-7497 or at OLUTION NUMBER SET. In original plastic,
1250 N. Eglin Parkway, Do So ethin 69-9 ADOPTED FEB- never used. Orig price
Shallmar, FL, 32579; m n RUARY 11, 1969. $3000, Sacrifice $975.
telepone nmber Good For AKA111 2ND AVE- Can deliver. Call Bill
(850) 651-7497, prior to Tomorrow NUE SW, FORT WAL- (305)420-5982
the proceeding. RECYCLE TON BEACH, FL 32548 Rich Leather Sofa set-
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1100
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, If any, to It, on
Jessica Fagan, Attor-
ney for Plaintiff, whose
address Is 2901 Stirling
Road, Sulte 300, Fort
Lauderdale, Florida
33312 either on or be-
fore Sept. 9, 2010 and
file the original with the
Clerk of this Court el-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
Immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
In the complaint.

WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
this 27 day of July
2010.

Don W. Howard
As Clerk of Court
By Tlffany Gardner
As Deputy Clerk

8/4/2010
8/l11/2010


LEGAL#120651

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462010CA000582
FILE NO:FO9112863

BAC HOME LOANS
SERVICING, LP FKA
COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS SERVICING LP
Plaintff,

vs.

VERONICA PUNPENG,
et al,

Nefendant(s)() OR-

CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a FI-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure
dated July 26, 2010
and entered In Case
N o .
46-2010-CA-000582 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
In and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein BAC HOME
LOANS SERVICING,
LP FKA COUNTRY-
WIDE HOME LOANS
SERVICING LP Is the
Plaintiff and
VERONICA PUNPENG:
SARODD PUNPENG:
ELlJAH RIGGS, V.J.
MOORE, MIGUEL
MOORE, and JOANN
JACKSON are the De-
fendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
FORECLOSE .COM
at 11:00AM, on the 7th
day of Sept., 2010, the
following described
property as set forth In
said Final Judgment:
THE FOLLOWING
PROPERTY IN
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA: LOT 15, A
RESUBDIVISION OF
LOTS 29 AND
32,BLOCK 2,
WYNNEHAVEN BEACH
ESTATES FIRST ADDI-
TION, AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 5,
PAGE 5, OFFICIAL
RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA, BEGIN
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOL
LOWS:

TCHOEMMENCINGUTHA
CORNER OF SAID LOT
32, BLOCK 2, THENCE
NORTH O DEGREES
05 MINUTES EAST

9HE9 EAFSETEERNALOING
OF SAID LOT 32 TO
THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING: THENCE CON-
TINUE NORTH O DE-
GREES 05 MINUTES
EAST 97.49 FEET:
THENCE SOUTH 89
DEGREES 33 MIN-
UTES WEST 183.0
FEET TO A POINT ON
THE EXTENDED CEN-
TERLINE OF
W Y NNE BROOK
COURT, AND NORTH
0 DEGREES 05 MIN-
UTES EAST 50.0 FEET
FROM THE CENTER
OF THE CULDESAC
AT THE END OF
W Y NNE BROOK
COURT: THENCE
EASTERLY SOUTH-
ERLY AND SOUTH-
WESTERLY 124.90
FEET AROUND THE
CIRCUMFERENCE OF
SAID CULDESAC TO
THE EASTERN RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF
W Y NNE BRROK
COURT: THENCE

G EE-05 MINUTES

WLEOSNTG SAI RFG T
OF WAY LINE:



GBRCT NTSG TH P10

A/K/A 319 MORGAN
LANE, MARY ESTHER
FL 32569

Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus
from the sale, If any

twe Llto tnhe dte o

( 0) day a ter thehsnal lty
WITNESS MY HAND


and the seal of this
Court on 7-27, 2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court

By:K. Brown
Deputy Clerk

Florida Default Law
Group, PL.


1100 |
RO. Box25018 LE(
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018

IMPORTANT F
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
tites Act, persons with O
dilsabllties needing
special accommoda- C
tlon to participate In N
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James US
Lee Boulevard East, ASI
Crestylew, FL, TRL
32536-3515; telephone ST~
number (850) SEl
989-5000, Extension RA~
7497, prior to the pro- 200
eeeding. or Shallmar Plat
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway, vs.
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number CH
(850) 651-7497, prior to et a
the proceeding. Def

9/11/12010 NO
9/18/2010 CL(

NO
LEGAL#120649 GIV
nal
IN THE CIRCUIT gaE
COURT OF THE dat
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- and
CUIT N
IN AND FOR 46-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, the
FLORIDA FIR
CIVIL ACTION CASE In
NO:46-2009CA006956 Co'
FILE NO:FO9111411 wht
TIO
U.S. BANK NATIONAL TIO
ASSOCIATION AS FOI
TRUSTEE FOR ASI
RASC 2006KS9, Ct
Plaintiff, TRL
the
rrs. CH
ANI
GEORGE W. SHEALY AN'
st al, KN
Defendant(s). CLI
THI
NOTICE OF FORE- ANI
CLOSURE SALE HE

NOTICE pulSuaHEREBa DE
Final Judgment of BE
Mortgage Foreclosure W~
dlated July 26; 2010 KN
and entered In Case CLI
N o AS
46-2009-CA-006956 of DE1
the Circuit Court of the EE:
FIRST Judicial Circuit CL
In and for OKALOOSA Def
County, Florida the
wvherein U.S, BANK NA- bid
TIONAL ASSOCIATION WW"
AS TRUSTEE FOR FO
RASC 2006KS9, Is the at
Plaintiff and GEORGE day
Wl. SHEALY LINDA J. folll
SHEALY: are the De- pro
pendants, I will sell to saie
the highest and best LO~
bidder for cash at W W QU
Wl.OKALOOSA.REALFORE- ING
CLOSE.COM at I THI
1:00AM, on the 8th day CO
of September, 2010, BO
the following described ANI
property as set forth In LIC
said Final Judgment: OK
LOT 7-B, WHISPERING FLC
DAKS SUBDIVISION,
ACCORDING TO PLAT A/K
THEREOF ON FILE IN HO
PLAT BOOK 7, PAGE MA
Bl, IN THE OFFICE OF 325
THE CLERK OF CIR-


1100
GAL#120650

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
IRSTJUDICIALCIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
IKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
:IVIL ACTION CASE
IO:462009CA0000869
FILE NO:FO9014239

BANK NATIONAL
SOCIATION, AS
USTEE FOR
RUCTURED ASSET
CURITIES CORPO-
TION TRUST
,6-WF2,
intiff,



ARLES V DAVIS, Ill,

endant(s).

TICE OF FORE-
OSURE SALE

TICE IS HEREBY
'EN pursuant to a FI-
Judgment of Mort-
ge Foreclosure
ed July 26, 2010
Entered In Case

2009-CA-000869 of
Circuit Court of the
ST Judicial Circuit
and for OKALOOSA
unty, Florida
erein USBANK NA-
rNAL ASSOCIA-
rN, AS TRUSTEE
R STRUCTURED
SET SECURITIES
CORPORATION
UST 2006-WF2, Is
Plaintiff and
ARLES V. DAVIS, Ill;
DREA D. WELLS:
Y AND ALL UN-
OWN PARTIES
AIMING BY
ROUGH, UNDER,
D AGAINST THE
REIN NAMED INDI-


N NDOT KOWNWHL
DEAD OR ALIVE,
ETHER SAID UN-
OWN PARTIES MAY
AIM AN INTEREST
SPOUSE, HEIRS,
VISEES, GRANT-
SOR OTHER
AIMANTS: are the
endants, I will sell to
highest and best
der for cash at
iW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
rRECLOSE .COM
11:00AM, on the 7th
Sof Sept, 2010, the
owing described
perty as set forth In
d Final Judgment:
T 2, BLOCK B.
AIL RUN, ACCORD-
STO THE PLAT
EREOF, AS RE-
RDED IN PLAT
OK 8, PAGES 47
D 48, OF THE PUB-
RECORDS OF
ALOOSA COUNTY
ORIDA

/iA 1003 QUAIL
LLOW DRIVE,
.RY ESTHER, FL
,69


|1100
Legal # 101254

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

TDA Case #: 2010 TD
000011 C

Notice Is hereby given
that Dick Bresee, Kelth
Bresee, or Farrar Mc-
Nalr, as holders of the
following certificate,
have filed said certifl-
cate for a Tax Deed to
be Issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of Issuance, the
name In which the
property Is assessed
and the description of
the property Is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 2008 of
3203 Assessed to:
JAMES PETWAY
Description: CREST-
VIEW LOT 3 BLK 122
RE 815 W WALNUT ST
Parcel ID#:
17-3N\-23-2490-0122-
0030 Opening Bld:
$2,194.74
All of said property be-
Ing In the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Ida.

Unless the certificate Is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed In the certifl-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder In the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestylew, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Septem-
ber 14, 2010.

Dated this 6th day of
August, 2010.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Gula, DC
8-11-10
8-18-10
8-5-10



LEGAL#120652

INTHECIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:2007CA003538S
DIVISION: FILE
NO:FO7025942

U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION AS
TRUSTEE FOR SAIL
2006-3,
Plaintff,

vs.

ROBERT EDWARD
SCONIERS ,et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling


Classified



| 1100
from the sale, If any
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lls Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.

WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on 7-26, 2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court

By:K. Brown
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
PO. Box25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabllties need-
Ing special accommo-
dation to participate In
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestylew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.
8-11-2010
8-18-2010



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small household
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clothing, books and
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Girls clothes and dress
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Outdoor/indoor toddler
toys, kids, women's, &
men's clothes, military
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household Items


4100



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|6110
Crestview 2 br, 1 ba,
W/D, stove, fridge, 140
Lake Street, $500 mo +
$500/dd 850-682-6514
crestve 3br 2-112
ba, garage, fireplace
806 Valley Rd $750 mo
+ dd(850) 537-0141 or
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Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
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2 BR HC & non-HC ac-
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FL. Call 850 682-5563,
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Housing Opportunity



Crestview Inn
Motel $45 dally, $225.
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Crestview, Bent Creek
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HC accessible apart-
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Rd, Crestylew, FL. Call
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Housing Opportunity.


6140
2 & 3 bedrooms, $475
to $650 mo. No Pets.
682-1972


; F~
2 br 1.5 ba, 378 West
VWood 0f St.de$500 C

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Crestview: Nice 3 br


mnth efr $0 depS e
1307 Pinewood Lane.
(850)682-6514



For Rent: Small 2-bd
house, one bath.
$475/month, $400 DD.
682-5019.




slanG{ Johnson
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Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800
CrestvieW

CreStvieW
t3089 Cosson Cr, 3 br
2 ba; $550
t104 Corwin, 2 br
2.5ba; $750
4034 Randl, 3 br, 2ba;
$795
t5682 Relnke, 4 br,
2ba; $895
t3650 Okaloo Ln, 6 br,
2 ba; $900
t3219 Skynight, 3 br 2
ba; $995
t194 Villacrest, 3 br, 2
ba;$995
t6474 Moonlight 4 br
2 ba; $995
t6107 Old Hlckory, 4
br, 2 ba; $1000

Baker.
# 1724 Hwy 90W, 3br,
2ba; $675


Waters
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RENTALS
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106 AqaDr
$ 50, aR BA, 1CG
$725, 2BR,1.5BA
162 Woodlawn Dr, A
$795, 1BR, 1BA, furn
162 Woodlawn Dr, C
n65 e1W Ba ,furn
$1100 3BR 2BA 2CG
593 James Lee Blvd,
$900, Commercial
290 Main Street,
$1,000, Commercial
All properties require
a credit check, one
year lease; no Inside
smoking, pet fees
are non-refundable.
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682-6156








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7100 -Homes
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7110 -Beach HDmef
Property
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7140 Farms & Ranches
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C hall is located at 701 James
Lee Boulevard, Crestview.


SO CIAL/S UPPO RT

*VFW Post 5450 at 2240
W. James Lee Blvd., Crestview,
hosts HORSESHOE

Ta~tu Ray Aof ever Soh i
hours have changed from 5:30
p.m. and 6 p.m. to 11:30 a.m.
and 12 p.m. You do not have
to be a member to play; guests
are welcome. Details: Lynn
Mobley, 537-3375 or VFW Post
5450 at 682-5552.
FLORIDA KIDCARE:
Paula Jackson, of Families
Count, is offering assistance
to local residents who want
to register their children for
Florida KidCare insurance.
Walk-ins are now accepted
every second and fourth
Tuesday and Thursday from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Jobs Plus
on Wilson Street in Crestview.
Please bring proof of income
and Social Security numbers
for every member of your
household. Contact phone:
530-2621.
*The NICEVILLE STOCK
CLUB meets the first Monday
of each month at 6 p.m. at T. R.
Frogs Restaurant in Bluewater.
Learn the fundamentals
of investing, great stocks,
dividends and a whole bunch
more. Call Stan Chandler 585-
8237 for more information.
*The OKALOOSA
CITIZENS ALLIANCE meets
at 2 p.m., Gulfyview Hotel, 12
Miracle Strip Parkway, Fort
Walton Beach, on the third
Monday of the month. Visitors
welcome. Details: 244-4490 or


the third Tuesday of every
month from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at
the First Presbyterian Church
of Crestview, 492 N. Ferdon
Blvd. (next to Wachovia Bank).
For more information, please
contact momscluberestviewfl@
yahoo.com.
*MOTHERS OF
PRESCHOOLERS OF
CRESTVIEW meets the
second and fourth Thursday
of each month from 9 a.m. to
11:30 a.m. at Emmanuel Baptist
Church in Crestview. You do
not have to be a member of the
church to attend the meetings.
Please e-mail crestviewmops@
yahoo.com for questions or
information.
*BLOSSOM GARDEN
CLUB You may call Hilda
Ard (537-4642) or Amarene
Griffith (537-3791) for more
information.
*EMERALD COAST
PARENTS OF MULTIPLES
meetings are held on the third
Monday of the month at the
First United Methodist Church
in Niceville at 7 p.m. Brunches
meet at different locations
around the county at 9:30 a.m.
on the second Saturday of each
month. For more information

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*CIRCLE OF PARENTS
SUPPORT GROUP is a mutual
support group in Okaloosa
County that helps parents
develop their parenting skills
and gain moral support from
mosa d dasfac si ila

every Monday at 6:30 p.m. at
Che Fa ily of Faith Cokmmurli


Call Becky Jones at 833-
2710 to register, and visit wwn
circleofparents.org for more
information.
*NORTHWESTFLORIDA
MILITARY OFFICERS
ASSOCIATION meets the
first Wednesday of each month


with a breakfast meeting at
the Eglin Officers Club. Each
month, interesting speakers
bring a wealth of information
to the group to further
personal and professional ties
within the military civilian
communities and to promote
the association's mission
of educating deserving
youngsters wishing to make
the military their life's career.
FORT WALTON BEACH
MOPS meets the first and third
Wednesday of every month
from 9 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. at
Cinco Baptist Church. For
more information call Angela
McBroom at 678-4341.
*SINGLES POT LUCK
DINNERS are held every
Tuesday night, 6 p.m.- 6:45
p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church Fellowship
Hall, located at 314 South
Partin Drive in Niceville.
The dinners are immediately
followed by support group
meetings from 7 8:30 p.m.
Free childcare is provided. Call
Pam Ellisor or Linda McArdle
at 678-4411, Ext. 18.


CIVIC

*OKALOOSA CITIZENS
ALLIANCE: Meets at 3 p.m.
at First City Bank, 135 Perry
Avenue SE, Fort Walton Beach,
third Wednesday of the month
in January, March, April, June,
July Setme r ilcto rrtand
Deeme. veig q ately
m eting will Ce ty l nc

Chambers, 208 N. Partin Drive
at 6 p.m. on Aug. 18 and Nov.
90, aiioswelcome. 244-

.R.L.CONYERS
LODGE #364, F&AM, PHA
holds its regular meeting
every Saturday before the
second Sunday of each month.
Meetings are held 8 a.m. at 550

See CALENDAR 2


www.ocal787.org online.
*FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION SCHEDULE:
Visit http://choctaw.
floridatrail.org for details on
the group's upcoming events.
*ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club activities,
call Clarice Hebinck at 850-
581-4591 or e-mail her at
freklz100@cox.net.
*OKALOOSA COUNTY
ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT
meeting details online at www.
alzfamsery.org. Call 892-2176
for details.
*LIBRARY BOOK
CLUB: meets every second
and fourth Saturday at 1 p.m.
at the Crestview library on
Commerce Drive. Details:
Library Director Jean Lewis,
682-4432, or Helen Bosch, 537-
8884.
*SENIOR CIRCLE is
an outreach organization
committed to enriching the
lives of seniors through
wellness and exercise
programs, seminars on current
issues of interest, friendship,
and social gatherings. To
learn more or to register for
events, please call 689-8409.
SC Senior Circle Classroom
at 12 -A E. Redstone Ave. in

Yoga at 8:45 a.m. every
Tuesday in the SC, and line
dancing at 10 a.m. every
Tuesday in the WC.
HAPPYHOMEMAKERS
HCE CLUB is one of the oldest
volunteer groups in the United

has ecange frm t'xtensim
Homemakers." Home and


i he F iey & Cosue
Sciences program of the UF/
IFAS Extension program in
COkaloosa tC6unty.18For details,
cal iaa 621.
*The NORTH
OKALOOSA AMATEUR
RADIO CLUB monthly
meeting is at 7 p.m. on the
second Thursday of each
month. The club meets at the
Dorcas Fire Station #42, about
seven miles east of Crestview,
on Deer Creek Road about half
a block north of Highway 90.
Information is available on the
group Web site at www~w4aaz.
org. Details: Bob Walker, 537-
9456.
*BECOME A
TOASTMASTER: The
Crestview Toastmasters Club
meets at Lundy & Bowers, 206
S. Ferdon Blvd in Crestview,
every second Tuesday of the
month from 6-7 p.m. Call
Ruth Salazar at 850-974-1618
for more info.
*ELDER SERVICES OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY meets
every Monday for bingo at 9
a.m.
*TRI-COUNTY
BEE KEEPING
ASSOCIATION meets the last
Tuesday of every month from
6:30 8 p.m. in the Agriculture
Extension Building in
Crestview. Call 682-8390 for


more information,
*CRESTVIEW LADIES
PAINTING GROUP meets
every second Monday of the
month at 6 p.m. For more
information call Deb at 682-
2555.
*GENEALOGICAL
SOCIETY OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY wants to help you
begin or be more involved in
researching your family tree.
Call 243-4589 or 729-2185 for
details.
*DEFUNIAK SPRINGS
GARDEN CLUB holds
monthly meetings. For more
information contact Dara
Dobson, 859-0096 or e-mail
wildflowersmatter@defuniak.
com.
*CRESTVIEW
DOGWOOD GARDEN
CLUB: Members meet the
first Monday of each month
from September through May.
Anyone interested in learning
more about gardening is
invited to visit or join. Please
call 682-2691 or 682-3639.
*EGLIN OFFICERS
WIVESf crU et ot te

begins at 11 a.m. and lunch is
served at 11:30 a.m.

Bast ea t 897- 369 for lo
information.
*GOLD WING ROAD
RIDERS ASSOCIATION
(GWRRA), Chapter FL 1-0,
every fourth Saturday at 8 a.m.
it McLain' 3Steambouse n S
Dedicated to the group matto

knowledge," members enjoy
the freedom of belonging to a
nopoit anonrlgos aF
information, call Wes Davis at
892-0318.
*WESTERN GATE
CHAPTER, FLORIDA
ASSOCIATION: For more
details on group events, visit
the group's Web site at http:/ /
westgate.florida.org or call
932-5469. Third Thursday
meetings are held at 7 p.m. at
First Christian Church located
at the corner of Langley and
Goodrich Avenues, Pensacola.
*Meetings of the
PANHANDLE HISTORIC
PRESERVATION
ASSOCIATION consists of
community leaders, museums,
organizations and individuals
actively engaged in the
collection, preservation and
restoration of historic property
and memorabilia from the State
of Florida and their respective
communities. Call 678-2615 for
details.
*PANHANDLE
PEDDLERS is a recreational
bicycling club for casuaries
Group rides, on paved roads
and paved bike trails, will take
place at a variety of locations
in the Panhandle. Details
from Art Gardner 699-2852 or
artgardner@mchsi.com.
*MOMS CLUB OF
CRESTVIEW is a support
group for at-home mothers in
Crestview. Meetings are held


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MISCELLANEOUS

*The first meeting of the
ISLAND LIFE SOCIAL CLUB
will be held Sunday, Sept. 12
at Juana's Pagoda in Navarre
Beach from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The event will feature the
music of the CalypsoNuts a
steel drum act featuring all
types of music with the perfect
ingredients to a great bowl of
musical gumbo. Future social
gatherings will be held at
Paradise Bar & Grill, Pensacola
Beach on Sunday, Oct. 10 with
the music of Steve Hall and
Harry T's in Destin, and on
Sunday, Nov. 14 with the music
of Captain Josh.
Island Life Social Club is
a non-profit corporation that
supports local and national
charities through fund raising
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social get-togethers reflect the
island life style of the Emerald
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Everyone is invited to attend.
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school. Game time, scripture
memorialization, an annual
a pa ta a tGoratnh nrx R le
starts this weekend on Aug. 15.
Register to attend at Antioch
Baptist Church, 4824 Antioch
Road on Aug. 14 from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m., or contact the church
office at 682-4297.
*The EXCHANGE CLUB
OF CRESTVIEW meets
on the second and fourth
Thursday of each month at
First Presbyterian Church
Fellowship Hall. Come see
what the Exchange Club is all
about. For further information
call President Sharlene Cox at
682-6824.
*NURSES REUNION
- All nurses that worked at
Crestview Memorial Hospital
and North Okaloosa from 1969
to 1999 are invited to attend a
reunion at Ryan's restaurant
in Crestview. The reunion will
be held Saturday, Aug. 21 at 1
p.m. Lunch is at your expense.
For further details, call Mae
Reatha Coleman at 682-5518 or
Elizabeth (Dee) Stager at 689-
8498.


*UWF ACADEMIC
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Niceville, in room #4 in the
Religious Education Building.
For more information call
Joan Young 243-6253 or Sherry
Benson at 897-9151.
*TAKE OFF POUNDS
SENSIBLY MEETINGS:
TOPS 325 CRESTVIEW
meets each Tuesday at 9
a.m. at First Methodist
Church in Crestview at 599
8th Ave. Weigh-ins are at 8
a.m. Call 682-4722 for more
information.
*TOPS 504 meets
Tuesday nights at First
United Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall with weigh
in at 6 p.m. and the meeting
at 6:30.
*A third TOPS group
meets every Friday from 8
10 a.m. at the Valley Road
Baptist Church fellowship
hall. Have fun as you shed
those pounds for only
$26 per year and $3 per
month. There is nothing to
buy. The only thing you'll
lose is weight! For more
information call Mary Ann
at 682-5927.


G GOVERNMENT

OKALOOSA COUNTY
REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE meets at 6
p.m., Niceville City Council
Chambers, 208 N. Partin, third
Monday of the month. Open
to all registered Republicans.
244-4490 or 609-4401, www.
okaloosagop.com online.
*OKALOOSA COUNTY
PARKS ADVISORY
COMMITTEE, which serves
as advisors to the Okaloosa
County commissioners and the
Parks Department, generally
meets the first Wednesday
of each month at 3 p.m. in
Crestview and Fort Walton
Beach. Crestview meetings
are held in the Public Works
conference room, at 1759 South
Ferdon Boulevard. Fort Walton
Beach meetings are in the third
floor conference room of the
Water & Sewer Building, 1804
Lewis Turner Boulevard.
PAC identifies new park
sites, and works with other
community organizations,
seeking funding and setting
priorities each year. The
meeting schedule is subject to
change. Details: 689-5084.
*OKALOOSA
DEMOCRATS' headquarters
are located at60 Second St., Unit
305, Shalimar. All Democrats
and friends are welcome.
Hours of operation are:
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Phone:


of the month at the Niceville
Community Center, 204 North
Partin Drive at 3 p.m. To
confirm the meeting date and
location, call 1-800-226-8914
ext. 231.
*LAUREL HILL CITY
COUNCIL meets on the
second and fourth Thursdays
of each month at City Hall on
State Road 85 N in Laurel Hill.
Each session starts at 7 p.m.
*ALMARANTE
VOLUNTEER FIRE
DISTRICT holds their
monthly business and
commissioners meeting on the
second Thursday night of each
month at the fire station.
*NORTH OKALOOSA
REPUBLICAN CLUB holds
its monthly meetings on the
third Tuesday of each month at
Hideaway Pizza in Crestview
at 6:30 p.m.
For more information,
contact Barney L. Bailey Jr. at
689-3773 or 865-0475.
*CRESTVIEW CITY
COUNCIL meets every second
and fourth Monday of each
month at Crestview City Hall
on Wilson Street in downtown
Crestview. Each session starts
at p ESTVIEW CHARTER
REVIEW COMMITTEE meets
at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14,
at the Crestview City Hall, 198
N. Wilson St.
*BLACKMAN FIRE
DISTRICT holds their
monthly board meeting on
the first Monday night of each
month at the fire station. The
meetings begin at 7 p.m.
*OKALOOSA
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS meets
on the first and third Tuesday
of each month. Each meeting
alternates in location between
the county courthouse in
Crestview, and the water and
sewer building in Fort Walton
Beach. Morning meetings
begin at 8:30 a.m.; nighttime
meetings begin at 6 p.m. Be
sure to go online at www.
co.okaloosa.fl.us and check
for the most recent calendar of
events.
*FEDERAL CIVILIAN
RETIREE SERVICE CENTER
is located in Room 165A,
Building 210 on Eglin Air Force
Base. Its hours of operation
are Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Walk-ins are welcome, or call
882-2720 for an appointment
or additional information.
*DEMOCRATIC
WOMEN'S CLUB meets
monthly. If you would like
more information, please call
Mary G-race Evors at 864-5275.


McDonald St., Crestview. For
further information, call 682-
6043.
*VELMA K. CONYERS
CHAPTER #7A, PHA Order
of the Eastern Star holds its
regular meeting on the first
Saturday of each month.
Meetings are held at 2 p.m. at
550 McDonald St., Crestview.
For further information call
682-5288.
*E.L. SEAWRIGHT
COURT #90, Heroines of
Jericho, PHA holds its regular
meeting on the first Saturday of
each month. Meetings are held
at 11 a.m. at 550 McDonald
St., Crestview. For further
information call 683 -1694.
CONCORDD LODGE
#50 F&AM holds their regular
meeting at 404 Garden St.,
Crestview, on the first and
third Monday of each month at
7 p.m. For further information,
call 689-0571.
*DISABLED AMERICAN
VETERANS get together
every third Tuesday of the
month for a 6 p.m. dinner and
7 p.m. meeting at 5296 Hare St.
in Crestview. For information,
call 682-0982 or write DAV
Chapter 57, P.O. Box 63,
Crestview.
*AMVETS LADIES
AUXILIARY meets on the first
Sunday of each month at 7
p.m. at 105 John King Road in
Crestview. Call 682-8435.
*CRESTVIEW LIONS
CLUB meets every second and
fourth Tuesday of the month.
For information, please call
Steve Butt at 217-3389 or BJ
Thomhave at 682-2012.
*CRESTVIEW KIWANIS
CLUB meets each Wednesday
at noon, at Ryan's Steakhouse
in Crestview.
*NORTH OKALOOSA
PROPERTY OWNERS
ASSOCIATION meets the
third Monday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the New Covenant
Church, located at 3191 North
Newman Ave. in Crestview.
Call 682-4833 or 689-8999 for
more information.
*WALTON GUARD
meets at the White Sands
Bowling Center in Fort Walton
Beach. The meetings are public.
Contact Cheryl Harris at 244-
3053 for details.
*Crestview CONCERNED
CITIZENS GROUP meets on
the first Thursday of every
month at 6 p.m. The meetings
are held in the Allen Park
building on McClelland Street.
*MARINE CORPS
LEAGUE On the second
Thursday of each month at the
American Legion Post 235 in
Fort Walton Beach, the Marine
Corps League Detachment 915


meets at 7:30 p.m. Any former
or retired Marine interested
in joining should contact Jack
Howell at 683-0412 or Tom
Burns at 682-3992.
*ELKS LODGE meets first
and third Thursdays at 127
Pine Ave. in Crestview, phone
682-2110.
*ORDER OF THE
EASTERN STAR, Crestview
Chapter #203 holds their
regular monthly meetings on
the first and third Thursday of
each month at 404 Garden St.
and start at 7:30 p.m.

HEALTH

*NARCOTICS
ANONYMOUS Crestview
meetings are as follows:
Monday, 7 p.m. open/topic
discussion/WCA, First United
Methodist Church, 599 8th
Ave., Room 212.
Thursday, 7 p.m. open/
topic discussion/WCA in
Room 212 at First United
Methodist Church.
For details, call the
Helplines in Fort Walton Beach
at (850) 496-1673 or Pensacola
at (850) 723-4813 or (850) 432-
0959. You may also visit the
Web site at www.pensacolana.
org.
OVEREATERSS
ANONYMOUS meets at 10:30
a.m. every Thursday at 704 E.
Robinson Road in Crestview.
Details: 682-5670.
*LA LECHE LEAGUE of
the Central Panhandle meets
on the third Friday of each
month at 10 a.m. in Niceville.
Call Sarah at 420-3900 for more
details. Free breastfeeding
classes are held most Thursday
evenings from 6 8 p.m. at First
United Methodist Church,
Chandler Building, Room 800
in Niceville.
*LUPUS SUPPORT
GROUP holds meetings the
second Tuesday of every
month at the Crestview Public
Library at 1 p.m.
There is no fee to attend the
meeting but the knowledge
you will receive is priceless.
For more information please
call LSN at 800-458-8211.
*OKALOOSA COUNTY
MINORITY HIV/AIDS TASK
FORCE meets every Monday
after the fourth Sunday of
the month at the New Life
Missionary Baptist Church.
Members become more
educated about this disease
and also help plan activities to
help educate the community.
For more information, please
call Sister Tonsiaweda or Rev.
Sanford Hayes at 682-4186.
*NARCONON


ARROWHEAD offers
free addiction counseling,
assessments, and referrals
to rehabilitation centers
nationwide by calling 1-800-
468-6933 or logging onto www.
stopaddiction.com.
*MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
SUPPORT GROUP meetings
are open to those who have
MS, their families, and those
who care about them at 10:30
a.m. on the second Saturday of
each month at the Bob Gates
Welcome Center, located at the
Bob Hope Village in Shalimar.
For more information call Tina
at 423-1193.
*American Lung
Association of Florida,
Northwest Region's BETTER
BREATHERS SUPPORT
GROUP meets on the third
Tuesday of each month
from 2 3 p.m. at American
HomePatient, 913 Beal
Parkway. Attendance is free
and a guest speaker is featured
at each one. For details contact
the American Lung Association
of Florida, Northwest Region
at 1-800-LUNG- USA.
PEER TO PEER MENTAL
HEALTH SUPPORT GROUP
members help each other
through the recovery process.
Meetings are at 3 p.m. the first
and third Wednesday of each
month at the Mental Health
Association, 517 Mooney
Road, Fort Walton Beach.
*Twin Cities Hospital
and the National Headache
Foundation's HEADACHE
SUPPORT GROUP meets
regularly. Call Susan at 897-
0542 for more information and
to RSVP.
*EATING DISORDER
SUPPORT GROUP (ANAD)
meets each Thursday at 7
p.m. at the Fort Walton Beach
Creative Senior Center, 31
Memorial Parkway SW.
Nationally affiliated; local
advisory board. Call 796-3277
for information.
*WEIGHT WATCHERS
meets every Thursday at
Episcopal Church of the
Epiphany, 424 Garden Street,
Crestview. Registration and
weigh in begin at 5 p.m.;
meeting follows.
*GRIEFSHARE
RECOVERY SUPPORT
GROUP meets at the HOPE
Center at 637 Bayshore Drive
in Niceville, the second and
fourth Tuesday of each month
at 6 p.m. Call 689-0300 or 678-
4621.
*COMPASSIONATE
FRIENDS, a support group for
parents and grandparents who
have experienced the death of
a child, meets the first Tuesday
of each month at Holy Name


609-3367. For information visit
www.okaloosademocrats.com.
*NARFE, the National
Association for Active &
Retired Federal Employees
Chapter 1428 gets together
once a month for 11 a.m. lunch
and a 12 p.m. meeting in
Fort Walton Beach. For more
information, call 678-5678.
*MAIN STREET
CRESTVIEW ASSOCIATION
holds regular meetings open
to the public. For information,
call 689-3722.
*DEMOCRATIC
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Voter registration assistance
is available. For details please
call 682-6909.
*BAKER FIRE
DISTRICT BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS now
meets the first Thursday of
each month at 7 p.m. at the
Baker Area Public Safety
Building, located at 1375 19th
St. in Baker. The public is
encouraged to attend. If you
have any questions, please call
537-2487.
HOLTT DISTRICT
BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS holds
their regular scheduled
meetings every third Thursday
of the month at 490 W. U.S.
Highway 90, Holt, in the
community building at 6:30
p.m. The public is encouraged
to attend.
HOLTT FIRE
DEPARTMENT holds its
regular training meeting the
second and fourth Thursdays
from 7 p.m. at the fire station
located at 490 W. U.S. Highway
90 in Holt. Persons interested
in joining the department are
welcome to attend.
*DORCAS FIRE
DISTRICT holds monthly
meetings at4418 Poverty Creek
Road, Crestview station #42 at
7 p.m. The public is invited to
attend.
*LAUREL HILL
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DEPARTMENT holds its
regular monthly meetings
on the second Friday of each
month at 7 p.m. in the Fire
Department office located in
the Laurel Hill City Hall. The
public is always welcome to
attend.
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FIRE DISTRICT meets on the
third Thursday of each month
at the fire station 82, located
at 5241 U.S. Highway 4 in
Milligan. Each meeting begins
at 7 p.m.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
,, Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
NWIuNC~EMElNI% 7-22-10, 2010 and en-
ega~derisng tered In Case NO.
:lassified Notices 46-2008-CA-004751 of
publicc Notices/ the Circuit Court of the
announcementss FIRST Judicial Circuit
Brpools & In and for OKALOOSA
es areon County, Florida
appy Adswherein THE BANK OF
personals NEW YORK, AS TRUS-
oest TEE FOR THE BENE-
:ound FIT OFTHE
C ERT IFI-
SCATEHOLDERS ,
1100 CWABS, INC., ASSET
BACKED CERTIFl-
t101244 CATES
SERIES 2007-BC3, Is
THE CRCUIT the Plaintiff and JAMES
)URT OF THE H. COBB, Ill; DEBRA L.
r JUDCIALCIR- COBB: are the Defend-
T UDICILCR ants, Iwill sell to the
CUIT FO highest and best bid-
N AN FOR der for cash at
OOSACOUTY, WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
FORECLOSE .COM
IVIL CTION at 11:00AM, on the 8
3ANK F NEWday of September,
BANK OF NEW 2010, the following de-
HEASBENTERUTT OFscrbed property as set
forth In said Final Judg-
ment:
R T IF I-

E HINL DEARS LOT 15, SCRANTON
D CERI~l-ESTATES REPLAT OF
BLOCK A, A SUBDIVI-
2007-BC3SION AS PER MAP OR
Plaitif LAT THEREOF, RE-
.CORDED IN PLAT
-CA0075 N..BOOK 13, PAGE 47,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
DII-ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 138 SCRANTON
H. OB, IletSTREET, FORT WAL-
TON BEACH, FL 32547
Defedants). Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus
from the sale, If any,
)TIC OFRE- other than the property
TICE F RE- owner as of the date of
DULEEDFAOE- the Lls Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
Somehingand the seal of this
BO~llilgCourton July 26, 2010.

000d Fof Don" W. owrd
Clerk of the Circuit
Court

0B~ff0W uty r nk

Publish In Crestylew
News Bulletin
Invoice To:
SFlorida Default Law
IECYCI.El GroupPL.
.* PO. Box25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
~PF08064056-COUNTRY-CO
NV B/C-
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act**
IMPORTANT

In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-

0 ~Itles Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
O A I tlon to participate In
this proceeding should


|1100
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestylew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.
08-04-10
08-11-10


Le I # 101245

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,

CIVIL ACTION

CHASE HOME Fl-
NANCE LLP

CASE NO.: 2008 CA
000265 C
ON. DIVI -
THOMAS PATTERSON
TAERSTHOMASA A
THOMAS GLENN PAT-
TERSON ,et al

Defendant(s).


SNHOE EODFFROE-E-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
tueu 24,C 210Nand200n-

uA 0 25 oC tohethe lRC
Judicial Circuit In and
for OKALOOSA

uneren CHASE FHOrdE
lNAtNCE aLdLC,TIsO t
PATTERSON A/K/A
THOMANK TH PATMEA


ERNSNTI PPATTTERRSSON
A/K/A CHRISTI L. PAT-
TERSON: are the De-
fendants, Iwill sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
CRESTVIEW. IN
FRONT OF THE
CLERK'S OFFRO T
OKALOOSA COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at

of: Agst, 20t1h0e t~he fl
lowing described prop-
erty as set forth In said
Final Judgment:

LOT 22, BLOCK C,
PARK PLACE V, AC-
CORDING TO THE


|1100
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 14, PAGE 29,
PUBLIC RECORDS
OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

A/K/A 164 NICOLE
LANE, CRESTVIEW, FL
325390000

Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus
from the sale, If any,
Other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lls Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on July 23, 2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
Publish In Crestylew
News Bulletin
Invoice To:
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
PO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
FO7066753-CHASEDI-
RECT-VA-
**See Americans with
Disabllties Act**
IMPORTANT

In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
Itles Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tlon to participate In
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestylew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.





Legal # 101246
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION

COAUNNTRYWID RVHONMGE
L.P
Plaintiff


CASE NO
46-2008-CA-006462
vs


|1100
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on 7-23, 2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:K Brown
Deputy Clerk
Publish In Crestylew
News Bulletin
Invoice To: Florida De-
fault Law Group, PL.
PO. Box25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
F 08 09 4 04 5
COUNTRY-CONV B/C-
**See Americans with
Disabllties Act
IMPORTANT

In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabllties Act, per-
sons with disabllties
needing special ac-
commodation to partic-
Ipate In this proceeding
should contact Court
Administration at 101
James Lee Boulevard
East, Crestylew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.
08-04-10
08-11-10


Legal # 101250
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION

WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,


C6-2EO9-CA-001727 N.
vs.

DIVISION

MATTHEW E. GAR-
LAND, et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a FI-
gelJudgmen or clMorte
dated July 26, 2010
and entered In Case
N o
46-2009-CA-001727 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
In and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida


|1100
wherein WELLS
FARGO BANK, NA, Is
the Plaintiff and MAT-
THEW E. GARLAND:
DALLAS D. MAY: ANY
AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UN-
DER, AND AGAINST
THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANT-
EES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS: are the
Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
FORECLOSE .COM
at 11:00AM, on the 7
day of Sept., 2010, the
following described
property as set forth In
said Final Judgment:
LOT 1, BLOCK S,
EASTWOOD EIGHTH
ADDITION, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 5, PAGE 109,
PUBLIC RECORDS
OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

A/K/A 528
JUANITA DRIVE, DES-
TIN, FL 32541

Any person
claiming an interest in
the surplus from the
sale, if any, other than
the property owner as
of the date of the Lis
Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on 7-26, 2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:KBrown
Deputy Clerk


Publleln Crestylew
Invoice To: Florida De-
fault Law Group, PL.
PO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
F 09 03 15 2 5
NMNC-SPECFNMA-
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT

In accordance
with the Americans with
Chsabillt th Act ablers

needing special ac-
commodation to partic-
Ipate In this proceeding
should contact Court
Administration at 101
James Lee Boulevard
East, Crestylew, FL,


|1100
Legal # 101253
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

TDA Case #: 2010 TD
000010C

Notice Is hereby given
that Dick Bresee, Kelth
Bresee, or Farrar Mc-
Nalr, as holders of the
following certificate,
have filed said certifl-
cate for a Tax Deed to
be Issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of Issuance, the
name In which the
property Is assessed
and the description of
the property Is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 2007 of
1787 Assessed to:
Charley Christensen
Description: NORTH
HILL S/D LOT 9 BLK 1
913/166
Parcel ID#:
07-3N-23-1760-0001-
0090 Opening Bld:
$1,566.51
All of said property be-
Ing In the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Ida.

Unless the certificate Is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed In the certifl-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder In the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestylew, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Septem-
ber 14, 2010.

Dated this 6th day of
August, 2010.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa Gula
8-11-10
8-18-10
8-25-10
9-1-25


Legal # 120647
IN THE CIRCUIT

FIRCSOUJDOCFATL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY
CASE NO. 2010 CA
003610S

NOTICE OF ACTION

BRANCH BANKING
AND TRUST COM-
PANY (BB&T),
Plaintiff,

vs.

THOMAS B. HENRY
JR, et.al.
Defendants.

TO: MICHAEL D.
GREER
Whose residence Is:
UNKNOWN

If alive, and If dead, all
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then flowing described
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1100

DIVISION

JOHN W. RYMER, JR.
et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
7-22, 2010 and entered
In Case NO.
46-2008-CA-006462 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
In and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein COUNTRY-
WIDE HOME LOANS
SERVICING, L.P Is the
Plaintiff and JOHN W.
RYMER, JR.; THE UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
JOHN W. RYMER, JR.
N/K/A DIANE O.
RYMER; WACHOVIA
BANK, NA; DOLPHIN
POINT CONDOMINIUM
ASSOCIATION OF
DESTIN, INCORPO-
RATED: are the De-
fendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
FORECLOSE.CMat
11:00AM, on the 3 day
of September, 2010,
the following described
property as set forth In
said Final Judgment:

THAT CONDOMINIUM
PARCEL KNOWN AS
UNIT NO. 301-A OF
DOLPHIN POINT, A
CONDOMINIUM, AC-
CORDING TO THE
DECLARATION OF
CONDOMINI UM
THEREOF, AS RE-
CORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 877
AT PAGES 653
THROUGH 746, OF
THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
TOGETHER WITH AN
UNDIVIDED INTER-
EST IN THE COMMON
ELEMEUNTRST EIFN AAN

THERETO, SUBJECT
TO AND IN ACCORD-
ANCE WITH THE
COVENANTS, CONDI-
TIONS, RESTRIC-
TIONS, TERMS AND
OTHER PROVISIONS
OF SAID DECLARA-
TION

A/K/A 30
MORENO POINT
#301-A, DESTIN, FL
32541

Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus
from the sale, If any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lls Pendens must
file a claim within sixty


1100
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.
08-11-10
08-18-10


Legal # 101251
NOTICE OF APPLICA--
TION FOR TAX DEED

00DA01Case #: 2010 TD

Notice Is hereby given
that Jimmy T & Debra
A Moss, as holders of
thhe follo ing certfic te
have fl sald ce 1l-
cate for a Tax Deed to
be Issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of Issuance, te
name In wi te
property Is assessed
and the description of
the property Is as fol-
Cwrsificate # 2008 of

U9L5F BAYs se LANoD
INC

DAKGRcOVE StD Nnd
r T O 17 BLK I#
17-1S-22-1850-0001-
0 9A3 Opening Bld:
All of said property be-
Ing In the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Ida.

Unless the certificate Is
redeerned according dt
lateproperty e
srb Il Ine the tcer ll
highest bidder In the
BCC Board Meeting
aom at thoOr uoossea

Cesty ew, Flord eapte

ber 14 2010.

Dated this 6th day of

AON W.2HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Gula, DC
08-11-10
08-18-10
08-25-10
09-1-10


Legal# 101252

INT FEORFTAX PDL-

TDA Case #: 2010 TD
000012 S

Notice Is hereby given
that Jimmy T & Debra
A Moss, as holders of
the following certificate
have filed said certifl-
cate for a Tax Deed to
beIsed th ren Th







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OKALOOSA COUNTY, Interest In the surplus 7-26, 2010 and entered I ;;;~;;;;;r
FLORIDA. from the sale, If any, In Case NO. 2007 CA 3100 -Antiques
other than the property 003538 S of the Circuit 3110-Appliances
A/K/A 32 7TH AVENUE owner as of the date of Court of the FIRST Ju- 90Arts&Csrafts
#118, SHALIMAR, FL the Lls Pendens mutdca ici nadfr3140-Babytmns
32579 file a claim within sixty OKALOOSA County, 3150 -Building Supplies
(60) days after the sale. Florida wherein U.S. 3160 -Business
Any person claiming an WITNESS MY HAND BANK NATIONAL AS- Equipment
Interest In the surplus and the seal of this SOCIATION AS TRUS- 3170 -Collectibles
from the sale, If any, Court on 7-26, 2010. TEE FOR SAIL 2006-3, _18 Coempt tn
other than the property Is the Plaintiff and ROB- 200 Firewood
owner as of the date of Don W. Howard ERT EDWARD 3210 Free Pass it On
the Lls Pendens must Clerk of the Circuit SCONIERS: TINA MA- 3220 -Furniture
file a claim within sixty Court RIE SCONIERS: are the 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
(60) days after the sale. Defendants, I will sell to 3240 -Guns
By:K. Brown the highest and best Goo0 HaThmFgtns t E
WITNESS MY HAND Deputy Clerk bidder for cash at 3270 -Jeweiry/Clothn s
and the seal of this SHALIMAR: IN FRONT 3280- Machinery/
Court on 7-26, 2010. Florida Default Law OF CLERK S FRONT Equipment
Group, PL. DOOR OF SHALIMAR 3290 -Medical Equipment
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Court 33622-5018 2010, the following de- Supplies
scribed property as set 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
By:K. Brown IMPORTANT forth In said Final Judg- 3340 Sporting Goods
Deputy Clerk In accordance with the ment: 3350 -Tickets (Buy &Sell)

Florida Default Law Il Amt ricaons witon)sah TREE E B ITICNSE3A
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25018 special accommoda- TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, Brand Name Queen
Tampa, Florida tron to participate In RANGE 24 WEST, AC- PlotpSt tl n
33622-518 thisproceeding should CORDING TO THEplsc fatr wr-
conac CurtAdins-PLAT THEREOF ASrat.Dlva.$15
IMPORTANT tration at 101 James REORED IN PLT 50471-0330al $7
In accordance with the Lee Boulevard East, BOOK 2, PAGE 81, OF
Americans with Disabil- Crestylew, FL, THE PUBLIC REC- Brand New King Mat-
Itles Act, persons with 32536-3515; telephone ORDS OF OKALOOSA tress w/box. (Pillowtop)
disabilities needing number (850) COUNTY, FLORIDA. Factory sealed. Cande-
special accommoda- 689-5000, Extension AND THE WESTERLY Ilver. Only $230.
tron to participate In 7497, prior to the pro- 25 FEET OF THE CITY 850-255-0123
this proceeding should ceeding. or Shallmar PARK LYING EAST OF Cer ero e.
conac Cur Amiis-(80)65-797or at AND CONTIGUOUS Solid Wood, never
tration at 101 James 1250 N. Eglin Parkway, WITH LOT 6, BLOCK uebadnwI a-
Lee Boulevard East, Shallmar, FL, 32579: C, AS SHOWN ON THE toy boxes. English
Cresylew FL telphoe nuberABOVE REFERENCED Dovetall. Orlignal cost
32536-3515; telephone (850) 651-7497, prior to RECORD PLAT AND $4500. Sell for $895.
number (850) the proceeding. CONVEYED BY THE Can deliver. (954)
689-5000, Extension CITY OF FORT WAL- 302-2423
7497, prior to the pro- 8/11/12010 TON BEACH TO LOT
ceeding, or Shallmar 8/18/2010 3, BLOCK C, IN RES- LEATHER LIVING RM
(850) 651-7497 or at OLUTION NUMBER SET. In original plastic,
1250 N. Eglin Parkway, Do So ethin 69-9 ADOPTED FEB- never used. Orig price
Shallmar, FL, 32579; m n RUARY 11, 1969. $3000, Sacrifice $975.
telepone nmber Good For AKA111 2ND AVE- Can deliver. Call Bill
(850) 651-7497, prior to Tomorrow NUE SW, FORT WAL- (305)420-5982
the proceeding. RECYCLE TON BEACH, FL 32548 Rich Leather Sofa set-
Any person claiming an new In crate, retails
8/11/2010 TODAY! Interest In the surplus $1599, just $750. Life-
8/18/12010 time Warranty
850-471-0330.

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1100
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, If any, to It, on
Jessica Fagan, Attor-
ney for Plaintiff, whose
address Is 2901 Stirling
Road, Sulte 300, Fort
Lauderdale, Florida
33312 either on or be-
fore Sept. 9, 2010 and
file the original with the
Clerk of this Court el-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
Immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
In the complaint.

WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
this 27 day of July
2010.

Don W. Howard
As Clerk of Court
By Tlffany Gardner
As Deputy Clerk

8/4/2010
8/l11/2010


LEGAL#120651

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462010CA000582
FILE NO:FO9112863

BAC HOME LOANS
SERVICING, LP FKA
COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS SERVICING LP
Plaintff,

vs.

VERONICA PUNPENG,
et al,

Nefendant(s)() OR-

CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a FI-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure
dated July 26, 2010
and entered In Case
N o .
46-2010-CA-000582 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
In and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein BAC HOME
LOANS SERVICING,
LP FKA COUNTRY-
WIDE HOME LOANS
SERVICING LP Is the
Plaintiff and
VERONICA PUNPENG:
SARODD PUNPENG:
ELlJAH RIGGS, V.J.
MOORE, MIGUEL
MOORE, and JOANN
JACKSON are the De-
fendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
FORECLOSE .COM
at 11:00AM, on the 7th
day of Sept., 2010, the
following described
property as set forth In
said Final Judgment:
THE FOLLOWING
PROPERTY IN
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA: LOT 15, A
RESUBDIVISION OF
LOTS 29 AND
32,BLOCK 2,
WYNNEHAVEN BEACH
ESTATES FIRST ADDI-
TION, AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 5,
PAGE 5, OFFICIAL
RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA, BEGIN
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOL
LOWS:

TCHOEMMENCINGUTHA
CORNER OF SAID LOT
32, BLOCK 2, THENCE
NORTH O DEGREES
05 MINUTES EAST

9HE9 EAFSETEERNALOING
OF SAID LOT 32 TO
THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING: THENCE CON-
TINUE NORTH O DE-
GREES 05 MINUTES
EAST 97.49 FEET:
THENCE SOUTH 89
DEGREES 33 MIN-
UTES WEST 183.0
FEET TO A POINT ON
THE EXTENDED CEN-
TERLINE OF
W Y NNE BROOK
COURT, AND NORTH
0 DEGREES 05 MIN-
UTES EAST 50.0 FEET
FROM THE CENTER
OF THE CULDESAC
AT THE END OF
W Y NNE BROOK
COURT: THENCE
EASTERLY SOUTH-
ERLY AND SOUTH-
WESTERLY 124.90
FEET AROUND THE
CIRCUMFERENCE OF
SAID CULDESAC TO
THE EASTERN RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF
W Y NNE BRROK
COURT: THENCE

G EE-05 MINUTES

WLEOSNTG SAI RFG T
OF WAY LINE:



GBRCT NTSG TH P10

A/K/A 319 MORGAN
LANE, MARY ESTHER
FL 32569

Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus
from the sale, If any

twe Llto tnhe dte o

( 0) day a ter thehsnal lty
WITNESS MY HAND


and the seal of this
Court on 7-27, 2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court

By:K. Brown
Deputy Clerk

Florida Default Law
Group, PL.


1100 |
RO. Box25018 LE(
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018

IMPORTANT F
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
tites Act, persons with O
dilsabllties needing
special accommoda- C
tlon to participate In N
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James US
Lee Boulevard East, ASI
Crestylew, FL, TRL
32536-3515; telephone ST~
number (850) SEl
989-5000, Extension RA~
7497, prior to the pro- 200
eeeding. or Shallmar Plat
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway, vs.
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number CH
(850) 651-7497, prior to et a
the proceeding. Def

9/11/12010 NO
9/18/2010 CL(

NO
LEGAL#120649 GIV
nal
IN THE CIRCUIT gaE
COURT OF THE dat
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- and
CUIT N
IN AND FOR 46-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, the
FLORIDA FIR
CIVIL ACTION CASE In
NO:46-2009CA006956 Co'
FILE NO:FO9111411 wht
TIO
U.S. BANK NATIONAL TIO
ASSOCIATION AS FOI
TRUSTEE FOR ASI
RASC 2006KS9, Ct
Plaintiff, TRL
the
rrs. CH
ANI
GEORGE W. SHEALY AN'
st al, KN
Defendant(s). CLI
THI
NOTICE OF FORE- ANI
CLOSURE SALE HE

NOTICE pulSuaHEREBa DE
Final Judgment of BE
Mortgage Foreclosure W~
dlated July 26; 2010 KN
and entered In Case CLI
N o AS
46-2009-CA-006956 of DE1
the Circuit Court of the EE:
FIRST Judicial Circuit CL
In and for OKALOOSA Def
County, Florida the
wvherein U.S, BANK NA- bid
TIONAL ASSOCIATION WW"
AS TRUSTEE FOR FO
RASC 2006KS9, Is the at
Plaintiff and GEORGE day
Wl. SHEALY LINDA J. folll
SHEALY: are the De- pro
pendants, I will sell to saie
the highest and best LO~
bidder for cash at W W QU
Wl.OKALOOSA.REALFORE- ING
CLOSE.COM at I THI
1:00AM, on the 8th day CO
of September, 2010, BO
the following described ANI
property as set forth In LIC
said Final Judgment: OK
LOT 7-B, WHISPERING FLC
DAKS SUBDIVISION,
ACCORDING TO PLAT A/K
THEREOF ON FILE IN HO
PLAT BOOK 7, PAGE MA
Bl, IN THE OFFICE OF 325
THE CLERK OF CIR-


1100
GAL#120650

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
IRSTJUDICIALCIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
IKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
:IVIL ACTION CASE
IO:462009CA0000869
FILE NO:FO9014239

BANK NATIONAL
SOCIATION, AS
USTEE FOR
RUCTURED ASSET
CURITIES CORPO-
TION TRUST
,6-WF2,
intiff,



ARLES V DAVIS, Ill,

endant(s).

TICE OF FORE-
OSURE SALE

TICE IS HEREBY
'EN pursuant to a FI-
Judgment of Mort-
ge Foreclosure
ed July 26, 2010
Entered In Case

2009-CA-000869 of
Circuit Court of the
ST Judicial Circuit
and for OKALOOSA
unty, Florida
erein USBANK NA-
rNAL ASSOCIA-
rN, AS TRUSTEE
R STRUCTURED
SET SECURITIES
CORPORATION
UST 2006-WF2, Is
Plaintiff and
ARLES V. DAVIS, Ill;
DREA D. WELLS:
Y AND ALL UN-
OWN PARTIES
AIMING BY
ROUGH, UNDER,
D AGAINST THE
REIN NAMED INDI-


N NDOT KOWNWHL
DEAD OR ALIVE,
ETHER SAID UN-
OWN PARTIES MAY
AIM AN INTEREST
SPOUSE, HEIRS,
VISEES, GRANT-
SOR OTHER
AIMANTS: are the
endants, I will sell to
highest and best
der for cash at
iW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
rRECLOSE .COM
11:00AM, on the 7th
Sof Sept, 2010, the
owing described
perty as set forth In
d Final Judgment:
T 2, BLOCK B.
AIL RUN, ACCORD-
STO THE PLAT
EREOF, AS RE-
RDED IN PLAT
OK 8, PAGES 47
D 48, OF THE PUB-
RECORDS OF
ALOOSA COUNTY
ORIDA

/iA 1003 QUAIL
LLOW DRIVE,
.RY ESTHER, FL
,69


|1100
Legal # 101254

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

TDA Case #: 2010 TD
000011 C

Notice Is hereby given
that Dick Bresee, Kelth
Bresee, or Farrar Mc-
Nalr, as holders of the
following certificate,
have filed said certifl-
cate for a Tax Deed to
be Issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of Issuance, the
name In which the
property Is assessed
and the description of
the property Is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 2008 of
3203 Assessed to:
JAMES PETWAY
Description: CREST-
VIEW LOT 3 BLK 122
RE 815 W WALNUT ST
Parcel ID#:
17-3N\-23-2490-0122-
0030 Opening Bld:
$2,194.74
All of said property be-
Ing In the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Ida.

Unless the certificate Is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed In the certifl-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder In the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestylew, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Septem-
ber 14, 2010.

Dated this 6th day of
August, 2010.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Gula, DC
8-11-10
8-18-10
8-5-10



LEGAL#120652

INTHECIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:2007CA003538S
DIVISION: FILE
NO:FO7025942

U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION AS
TRUSTEE FOR SAIL
2006-3,
Plaintff,

vs.

ROBERT EDWARD
SCONIERS ,et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling


|1100
from the sale, If any
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lls Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.

WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on 7-26, 2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court

By:K. Brown
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
PO. Box25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabllties need-
Ing special accommo-
dation to participate In
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestylew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.
8-11-2010
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|6110
Crestview 2 br, 1 ba,
W/D, stove, fridge, 140
Lake Street, $500 mo +
$500/dd 850-682-6514
crestve 3br 2-112
ba, garage, fireplace
806 Valley Rd $750 mo
+ dd(850) 537-0141 or
(850) 902-6633
Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
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FL. Call 850 682-5563,
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Housing Opportunity



Crestview Inn
Motel $45 dally, $225.
wk. Apt. $249. wk. 4 wk
$795. Call 682-4466
Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1 & 2 BR, HC & non
HC accessible apart-
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Rd, Crestylew, FL. Call
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TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity.


6140
2 & 3 bedrooms, $475
to $650 mo. No Pets.
682-1972


; F~
2 br 1.5 ba, 378 West
VWood 0f St.de$500 C

689-4442 or 240-Op474



Crestview: Nice 3 br


mnth efr $0 depS e
1307 Pinewood Lane.
(850)682-6514



For Rent: Small 2-bd
house, one bath.
$475/month, $400 DD.
682-5019.




slanG{ Johnson
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Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800
CrestvieW

CreStvieW
t3089 Cosson Cr, 3 br
2 ba; $550
t104 Corwin, 2 br
2.5ba; $750
4034 Randl, 3 br, 2ba;
$795
t5682 Relnke, 4 br,
2ba; $895
t3650 Okaloo Ln, 6 br,
2 ba; $900
t3219 Skynight, 3 br 2
ba; $995
t194 Villacrest, 3 br, 2
ba;$995
t6474 Moonlight 4 br
2 ba; $995
t6107 Old Hlckory, 4
br, 2 ba; $1000

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2ba; $675


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RENTALS
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106 AqaDr
$ 50, aR BA, 1CG
$725, 2BR,1.5BA
162 Woodlawn Dr, A
$795, 1BR, 1BA, furn
162 Woodlawn Dr, C
n65 e1W Ba ,furn
$1100 3BR 2BA 2CG
593 James Lee Blvd,
$900, Commercial
290 Main Street,
$1,000, Commercial
All properties require
a credit check, one
year lease; no Inside
smoking, pet fees
are non-refundable.
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| 6100 |

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Crestylew
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Conveniently located
near the new FAMU
Pharmacy School.
Located between
Hwy 85 and Main St.
850-682-0791


6 -

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